I love Campus PD! It reminds me of all the best parts of college—moronic guys drinking themselves into stupors, girls sobbing, and classes on Kant. But apparently, the show's creators are jerks: they wrecked someone's home, sans compensation.
Reddit user strawberryjams says the incident went down thusly: the Campus PD camera crew was following the Indiana Borough Police Department, who thought a chopper would be a wise way to monitor a rowdy student party—and then boom, the rotors came crashing through her boyfriend's wall, trashing the room.
Even worse? G4TV, which produces the show, has completely ignored the incident, refusing to acknowledge any emails from strawberryjams and her boyfriend.
So, uh, what's up G4? I'm not sure if I can watch your binge drinking opus if I know you occasionally crash helicopters into the homes of innocent people and then turn your back on them. Do the right thing. [Reddit]
Update: A network spokesperson from NBC Universal, G4TV's parent company, hit us with the following statement regarding the chopper incident:
All of us at G4 would like to express our concern for anyone affected by the helicopter crash that took place in Indiana, Pennsylvania while Cineflix (Campus 4) Inc was filming "Campus PD," a show that G4 licenses for exhibition in the U.S. Cineflix has communicated to us that they have been in contact with the investigative authorities and G4 expects that all questions and concerns will be addressed. We are grateful that no one on the ground was injured, and wish the Cineflix crew members a speedy recovery.