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'Raunchy' Sex Acts Lead to Radio Station Inquiry

College station in trouble

'Raunchy' Sex Acts Lead to Radio Station Inquiry

MONTCLAIR, N.J. - Two student radio broadcasters are under investigation by Montclair State University for a show the pair hosted that may have included naked women, lap-dancing and sex acts, the Associated Press reported.

The duo's show was canceled last week when videos, allegedly from a February broadcast, surfaced online showing sexually explicit activities that may have occurred inside the college-owned studio.

A spokeswoman from the university, with the comical name of Minnie Ho, told the Bergen County Record that the students may be expelled and that the station could be fined by the Federal Communications Commission.

Ho also said the school was considering placing control of WMSC-FM under an independent board. The station is currently under the control of the student government.

The videos, which have now been removed from the Internet, showed footage of topless girls kissing, getting covered in whipped cream, and apparently having oral sex, the newspaper reported.

The show's hosts, identified as Randy Rogers and Jay Jay Smooth, both of Ringwood, did not respond to messages sent yesterday via their MySpace pages.

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