UNIONDALE - Many Uniondale High School students became the target of online personal attacks though a Facebook "Smut List."

Students say the list was created for the purpose of calling their female peers promiscuous. They say hundreds of comments were added that included girls' names and detailed their alleged sexual tendencies.

It is unclear how long the "Smut List" was up, but administrators pulled it down last week after it had accumulated more than 500 followers.

According to cyber-bullying expert Ginger Lieberman, the creators of the Facebook page cannot be arrested unless a student decides to file a harassment complaint with police.

School officials released a statement to News 12 Long Island saying, "Administrators have notified the authorities and reported the page to the site to have it removed due to the inappropriate nature of the content."