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A student at University of Tennessee Knoxville has been suspended from her sorority after a video of her saying the N-word was circulated online.
The video, first recorded on Snapchat, shows a woman identified as Savannah Micillo sitting in a dark room at a party smoking a cigarette when a man behind the camera asks her: 'Sav, what do you call black people?'
Woman - Camera - 'N****rs
The woman looks down at the camera and exclaims: 'N****rs!'
As the clip spread across social media, one person under the Twitter handle @zairequinn shared it in a tweet tagging the UTK chapter of Alpha Chi Omega sorority.
'Yikes - Members - Savannah - Micillo - @
'Yikes @utkaxo this is one of your members Savannah Micillo. I just graduated from @utk & this disgusting behavior SHOULD NOT be tolerated,' she wrote on Thursday.
Alpha Chi Omega spokesperson Erin Witt said Micillo was 'immediately suspended'...
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