D.C. attorney general accuses Delta Phi Epsilon member of using group’s charitable funds for himself

Sept. 14, 2021, 8 a.m.

(The Washington Post) D.C. attorney general says Terrence J. Boyle gained control of the Delta Phi Epsilon fraternity and a related foundation and used their assets as he saw fit. His alleged maneuvers included using charitable assets to subsidize the purchase of his Georgetown home, which is now worth more than $1 million. He also divested the fraternity of its only significant asset -- its 80-year-old chapter house -- that was later sold for $2.6 million under circumstances that caused the attorney general to intercede.

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