The vid caught the eye of the school, as well as the fraternity's national governing body, which has begun a full investigation.
Even more disturbing — but undeniably connected to the video — earlier this year a woman at UCF alleged that she was sexually assaulted by a Sigma Nu member at their off-campus house.
The content in the video is disturbing and NSFW, but you can listen to it (below):
Immediately, the video launched an investigation by the school, and UCF will hold a hearing this week about whether the fraternity members could face punishment — anything from community service to expulsion.
Also in a statement, the national office of the Sigma Nu fraternity condemned the comments heard in the video, with executive director Brad Beacham saying:
"We are deeply troubled by the allegations and immediately suspended the accused student, pending further developments. The words used by people in the recordings are disrespectful, despicable, and vile."
And in a new interview published on Thursday, the college student admitted that she received a ton of hateful messages -- including death and rape threats -- following the crybaby candidate's digital tantrum.
The now-19-year-old explained to The Washington Post that she couldn't have anticipated the kind of backlash she received, saying: