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Sigma Alpha Epsilon house mom implicated in recently surfaced racist video

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Sigma Alpha Epsilon house mom

Screengrab from Beauton Gilbow's GoFundMe campaign page and of the 2013 Vine.

A video surfaced Monday evening appearing to depict OU's Sigma Alpha Epsilon house mom.

The Feb. 24, 2013 Vine, shows a woman who appears to be Beauton Gilbow saying the n-word repeatedly.

The Daily identified Gilbow by comparing the Vine to her GoFundMe page, which was created to raise funds for her after Sigma Alpha Epsilon's closure resulted in her sudden joblessness. The campaign page has since been taken down.

Gilbow recently talked with Barry Switzer and News9 about the racist video that led to the chapter's closure, saying that she's "in shock" by the events that have unfolded.

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