Delta Gamma Squad: Angry Sorority Girl Police Force
University of Maryland Sorority Girl Forced to Resign After "Unacceptable" Email
The formula for acquiring Internet fame often seems less a meritocracy and more a free-for-all, particularly considering incidences like the newfound celebrity of foul-mouthed University of Maryland junior, Rebecca Martinson, whose over-zealous email to fellow sorority sisters went viral last week. Her Delta Gamma sisters received an expletive-filled email from Martinson, criticizing their "awkward" and "boring" behavior at recent Greek life events. Online news blog Gawker leaked the email last week, and the following nationwide attention has resulted in Martinson's resignation from Delta Gamma.
Martinson's outrageous letter seems almost a parody of itself, boasting 41 uses of the F-word and syntax that is equally bubbleheaded and homicidal. The media has responded, labeling Martinson everything from the most "deranged" to the "angriest" sorority girl ever. However, her subsequent Internet notoriety is undeniable, and has even earned her notice from Hollywood higher-ups. Oscar-nominated actor Michael Shannon ofBoardwalk Empireperformed a satiric monologue of Martinson's letter, and several talk show mentions and even job offers have surfaced.
Although Martinson's fifteen minutes of fame may not be quite over, her time as a member of Delta Gamma certainly is.
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