Alleging widespread sexual harassment and sexual abuse at nine Yale University fraternities, three female undergraduate students have sued the Ivy League university, claiming it knew about the climate in those fraternities and did nothing to address it.

In the strongly worded lawsuit, filed Tuesday in U.S. District Court for the District of Connecticut, Yale students Anna McNeil, Eliana Singer and Ry Walker said they and many other female students were subjected to abuse.

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