Transcript for University of Nebraska Student Allegedly Kicked Out of Sorority for 'Risque' Tinder Photo
First I want to get to the university of Nebraska giubilato who says she was kicked out of her sorority for posting a picture of herself on tinder with two sorority sisters and their chi omega tank tops accused of breaking the rules and came to a disciplinary meeting ready to record every meeting as she was confronted by an alumni sister. First linsey Davis has her story. Do you see that you've broken the rule on human dignity and your disrespectful attitude? Not really, no. Reporter: Suggestive, provocative, even risque and promiscuous according to the university of Nebraska Omaha junior Shannon workman that's how one sorority is characterizing this picture she posted on the dating site tinder. There's no place for personal degradation within membership of chi omega. Reporter: It was her meeting with chapter administrators to can be heard saying thee violated the human dignity rule by wearing a chi omega shirt on a site known for making hookups. I think you should have told me to take it down. I think they did ask me to take it down. Yeah, and I did. The appropriate response could have been and should have been, I'm sorry. I didn't know that was a rule. I will take it down. But instead we lots of Atta attacking, lots of back and forth, lots of respect so ultimately that is where we're at. Reporter: As workman questions on the recording why she's still being disciplined even after taking the picture down things grow tense. What is happening here, we're not talking about tinder. We're talking about your attitude. Yes. Talking about your disrespect. I was being honest. Okay, that is okay and that's great. In if I'm going to get kicked out for that then let it be. At this point we're going to pursue membership revocation, okay? So what that means is we will take all the minutes -- Is this a joke. Reporter: Instead of going through the process of sending her membership she decided to walk away on the spot. I'm never coming back. For "Good morning America," linsey Davis, ABC news, new York. And Shannon workman joins us now and Shannon, I want to get your reaction to a statement from chi omega national chapter and say personnel matters are handled by our local chapter and they offer a series of checks and balances to make sure they're reasonable and fair. She opted to voluntarily resign her membership. They offer an appeal process to those who do not. What's your reaction. As you could tell in the recording that she pretty much said you're being revoked and if I would have known about the hearing process I don't know what I would done. I was so humiliated after all of that and I don't know. I can hear the emotion in your voice. I did not there was any option in pursuing my membership because of what she said to me. So what do you see when you look at that picture? I see happiness, a big day for sorority girls like Christmas. I was so happy with my big and my little and I was with my best friends in what did they see? What did they say they saw when they looked at it. Well, they said that the fact that I was wearing my letters made it break a policy that can't be posted on tinder and I asked why I didn't get a warning like everyone else does for social media violations. And she said it was because that pictures that are promiscuous or risque in nature require personal meeting? He said it was suggestive. Yes. You disagree. Completely. Did you know that it was even possible that posting that picture with your sorority letters could get you kicked out or disciplined? Not at all. I even like went brack and looked at the policies after the meeting and there was no way I would have ever even thought of that even happening. We heard in the audio recording that you -- they say, you were being disrespectful and aggressive. What happened leading up to that recorded audio meeting? All that I did was text the personnel chair who was in charge of all these mootings and ask for clarification basically. I was in shock that I would be given a personnel -- I don't do anything wrong honestly. How are your former sorority sisters reacting. A lot are supportive and warms my heart to know that. And your family and friends. They're amazing and I couldn't have done this without them and I love them. So where are you now? Now I'm hoping to get the word out there just to spread the word and hope girls stand up for themselves for whatever they believe in. All right, Shannon workman, thanks so much for joining us. Thank you. Thanks, Amy.
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