University Of Oklahoma Fraternity House "Mom" Used Racist Slur In Video

The woman denied in an interview that she was aware of racism in the fraternity. Monday night a Vine of her singing the N-word repeatedly surfaced.

Video surfaced on Monday appearing to show the house "mom" for the disbanded University of Oklahoma's Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity repeatedly singing the N-word.

Beauton Gilbow was the house "mom" for the fraternity closed by school officials Sunday night after a video was posted showing members chanting the N-word, and referencing lynching.

Gilbow said in an interview Monday that she did not know members were reciting the racist chant and was "shocked."

However, a Vine from 2013 surfaced on Monday night that appears to contradict Gilbow's account.

In the Vine, Gilbow appears to be singing along to Trinidad James' "All Gold Everything."

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The lyrics Gilbow appears to be singing starts at 2:39.

Gilbow was interviewed Monday by Oklahoma City's CBS affiliate and answered "no" when asked if she was aware of what was going on at the fraternity.

"Did you ever get any indication there was anything like this going on?" News 9's Kelly Ogle asked.

"No, no, no. Never heard the song," Gilbow responded.

Multiple news outlets reported on Gilbow and the fraternity's chef Howard Dixon, who both lost their jobs as part of the fallout from the fraternity closing.

Oklahoma City's ABC affiliate KOCO interviewed the pair and said together they had had worked with SAE for over 30 years. Gilbow also told KOCO that she never heard the chant.

Over $6,000 had been raised for Gilbow on GoFundMe, according to Oklahoma City's Fox affiliate KOKH.

The GoFundMe page has now been removed from the site.

Dixon's IndieGoGo page remains online and has raised more than $30,000.