By Ashley Ross
October 8, 2015

Indiana University’s Alpha Tau Omega fraternity has been suspended following allegations of hazing revealed in a sexually explicit video.

The video, which was widely circulated on social media, appears to show a pledge performing a sexual act on a woman. A Reddit post of the video claimed it was the ATO fraternity at Indiana and includes a caption that alleges the fraternity forces its pledges to perform sex acts with strippers.

The university posted on Twitter late Wednesday that there would be an investigation:

“The video is highly offensive and is antithetical to the values of Alpha Tau Omega,” Wynn Smiley, CEO of the national chapter of ATO, said in a statement emailed to IndyStar.com. “If confirmed, the men who were a part of such an outlandish incident do not represent the fraternity and damage the fraternity’s name for thousands of other ATO undergraduates and alumni across the country.”

The allegation is the latest in a string of controversies for Greek communities at various universities, including Baruch College, Penn State, Miami of Ohio and the University of Florida.

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