Bama Rush Doc Producers Deny Hiring Wires on Sorority Recruits


The producers of an upcoming documentary film about the sorority recruitment process are denying “rumors of hidden microphones,”Saying they are “untrue.”

“This film is a thoughtful and compassionate portrayal of young women in 2022 as they rush the sorority system at the University of Alabama,”In a statement, Vice producers and HBO stated that they were pleased with the outcome.

“Bama Rush”It has been a huge social media success with college students sharing daily updates during pledge week. 

However, the college was concerned that the recruits might have been recording top-secret activities. 

“The university has not authorized any third-party entity to film, record or document any recruitment activities,”The university released a statement. 

Pledge week was governed by strict rules, which included no filming. Any recruit suspected of filming was expelled. 

One recruit said that she got the boot after her hair tie was misunderstood as a wire. 

Pledge week concluded with 2,000 women congratulating themselves on being accepted into their sorority and a run through the football stadium. 

There are 18 sorority residences on campus.