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(NEWSER) – Members of six University of Michigan fraternities and sororities who may have watched Animal House one too many times are accused of causing nearly $100,000 in damage at two ski resorts last weekend, the Detroit Free Press reports. Smashed ceiling tiles, broken windows and furniture, filthy rooms, and ruined carpets were just part of the wreckage left in the wake of the free-for-all at Treetops Resort in Gaylord, manager Barry Owens tells ABC News and other sources, estimating the damages at $50,000 to $75,000.

Fraternity Sigma Alpha Mu has been indefinitely suspended by its national office, according to a U-M statement; the college says the Sigma Delta Tau sorority was also involved. Meanwhile, four other frats and sororities are being investigated for similar chaos to the tune of $20,000 at the Boyne Highlands Resort in Harbor Springs.

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