AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - A lawsuit filed in Austin alleges a University of Texas fraternity committed hazing and hired performers for live sex shows to recruit new members.
The national Kappa Alpha Order suspended the Texas chapter and is now suing to seize its assets, including money and property, worth more than $200,000.
According to the lawsuit, the local chapter, now called Texas Omicron continues to present itself as affiliated with Kappa Alpha to recruit new members. The lawsuit does not detail the allegations of hazing and the live sex shows or when they occurred.
A University of Texas spokesman did not immediately respond to a request for comment.