UMd. sorority girl quits after profane email gets out (Video)

WASHINGTON – A University of Maryland sorority girl who sent a profane email castigating her fellow sisters is no longer part of her Greek group.

The Delta Gamma website says it has accepted the resignation of the college junior and called her “personal email” a “regrettable action.”

“And as all reasonable people can agree, this is an email that should never have been sent by its author. Period,” the group says.

The email — which you can read over at Gawker and has garnered viral attention — employed numerous f-bombs and other creatively used expletives in criticizing members of the sorority for not being adequately social with what appears to be their brother fraternity.

A sampling:

“I will f—— c— p— the next person I hear about doing something like that, and I don’t give a f— if you SOR me, I WILL F—— ASSAULT YOU.”

Check out the video below for more.

You also can see a Funny or Die dramatic reading of the email featuring actor Michael Shannon.

(h/t NY Daily News)

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