Less than two weeks after allegations surfaced about alleged “fight club” style brawls at a Texas institution, there are reports of more fights at the facility last week.

Six current and former employees of the Corpus Christi State School in Corpus Christi, Tex. have been charged with felonies in connection with fights at the school dating back to 2007. Since the allegations became public earlier this month, admission to the school was halted. Surveillance cameras and additional security are being added.

In the latest incidents staffers are accused of being nearby when fights occurred and doing nothing to stop them. Two staffers are under investigation related to the latest incidents, reports The Associated Press. To read more click here.

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Previous stories on this topic:

Changes Coming To Texas Institutions On Heels Of ‘Fight Club’ Allegations (March 13, 2009)

Alleged ‘Fight Club’ Uncovered At Texas Institution (March 10, 2009)