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Online video shows OU's SAE fraternity "mom" using racial slurs

Norman, OK- A new video online overnight appears to show OU's former Sigma Alpha Epsilon "house mom" repeatedly using a racial slur.

The video appears to be taken at a party in 2013. It shows 78-year-old Beauton Gilbow, also known as "Mamma B" repeatedly saying the "n" word. The VINE clip surfaced about a day after two videos taken from a bus carrying SAE members came to light. In the video, members can be heard using the same slur. A GoFundMe account to raise money for Gilbow was deleted Tuesday morning. Due to the content, 7NEWS will not provide a link to the video.

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