09/11/2012 02:59 pm ET Updated Nov 11, 2012

Ball State University Sorority Girls Charged With Vandalizing Pledge's Car After She Complains About Hazing

Don't get on the bad side of Ball State sorority girls, or your car might not survive.

4 sorority sisters were charged after they allegedly vandalized a former pledge's car after she complained to police about hazing incident that happened last winter.

Briana N. Fulton, 21, Bianca T. Humphrey, 22, Lauren L. Mason, 22, Leteria L. Bigbee, 21, are charged with two counts of criminal mischief and face up to 18 months in prison.

It all started when a former pledge filed a police report alleging hazing against the Zeta Phi Beta sorority last January. In May, the sisters discovered where the pledge lived and went to her apartment complex and smeared nail-polish remover and feces and scrawled the word "b**ch" over what they thought was the pledge's car. It turned out it was not the pledge's car, but instead the car of a 24-year-old man who also lived in the apartment complex. When the sorority sister's realized their mistake they returned to the apartment complex and did similar damage to the pledge's car.

Hazing has been getting a lot of media attention lately after the death of a member of the FAMU marching band last year from a brutal hazing ritual. In January, a former frat boy at Dartmouth detailed the school's hazing abuses in the university's paper.