One Rutgers University sorority wanted to ensure their pledges didn't gain the freshman 15, so they dictated how much the students could eat. That was in addition to engaging in other hazing activities that led to the arrest of six of the sorority's members this week. The arrested were charged with paddling and restricting their pledges' food intake, authorities say. At least one victim, of the three identified, was hospitalized for non life-threatening injuries. Police are still investigating the incident, and there could be more victims and suspects to come. Four women were arrested Tuesday and released on $1,500 bail, and two more suspects were brought in Thursday.