Transcript for President of Ivy League Fraternity Turns Himself in to Police
And we're going to turn to an ivy league school rocked by the president of a fraternity at Cornell university that has been charged with attempted rape. Phillip Mena is in ithaca. Reporter: Tonight, the president of an elite ivy league fraternity is in jail, accused of sexually assaulting a female student on campus. 21-year-old Wolfgang Ballinger, president of psi upsilon at Cornell university, surrendering to police four days after the alleged attack. The college junior, seen here in this youtube video talking about his goals. At a young age I was taught to appreciate hard work and especially self-made worth. Reporter: Ballinger, whose father owns a famous New York club, is charged with three felony counts. The speed in which the case was taken from the university and brought to a criminal setting, shows the prosecution believes they have a strong case. Reporter: According to court documents, the alleged victim claims Ballinger tried forcing himself on her in his fraternity house bedroom "Several times," despite her saying, "I don't want to." In a statement to ABC news, Ballinger's attorney denies the accusations, saying, "Wolfgang Ballinger is not guilty of the charges that have been filed against him." Cornell university president Elizabeth Garrett released this statement, after suspending the fraternity. "Sexual violence has no place at Cornell. We will be considering what additional steps should be taken to ensure the Greek community at Cornell is living up to our institutional standard of excellence and respect for others." A sentiment shared by students on campus. It's not representative of us as a community or school. Reporter: Wolfgang remains in custody. Waiting his next court date on Tuesday. Tom?
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