Just two weeks ago, we ran a similar story about an alleged prostitution ring at John Jay College. What is going on here?

The Daily Caller reports:

Seven Charged for Prostitution Ring Linked to a Georgia University Campus

Seven people were charged for allegedly being involved in a suspected prostitution ring that was linked to a Georgia university campus.

The sex ring allegedly occurred at Fort Valley State University between 2017 and early 2018, according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. Warrants were given to former executive assistant to FVSU’s president Alecia Johnson, 48, and six men. The six men were charged for “pandering and solicitation of sodomy.”

Macon Judicial Circuit District Attorney David Cooke said the seven charged have until Tuesday to turn themselves in.

Johnson was allegedly the ringleader and arranged sex for the men, according to AJC. She faces six counts of pimping, and six counts of prostitution for money or other rewards, according to prosecutors. She allegedly conspired to take away scholarship funds from a student granted in October 2015.

Johnson was also a graduate adviser at FVSU’s Alpha Kappa Alpha sorority, according to The Chronicle of Higher Education.

Alpha Kappa Alpha is the oldest Greek-letter organization started by African-American college women, according to the sorority’s website.

Johnson resigned her position with the university in April once the allegations came to light, AJC reported.