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– Two members of a fraternity at Rowan University are suspended over a sexually explicit video that was posted online.

According to court papers, Murray brought the tape in 2009 to 50 Cent who recognized Leviston as the mother of Ross' child.

At the time, 50 Cent and Ross were in a rap war where Ross had labeled 50 Cent as “Curly.” In a sworn deposition, 50 Cent said that he altered the tape by injecting himself into it in a spontaneous, unrehearsed move where he played the role of “Pimpin Curly” to “mock” Ross. She sued, claiming mental and emotional distress, after the edited video went online and got 3.2 million hits.

Jackson denied in his deposition that he was responsible for posting the video.

Along with the two fraternity members suspensions, the fraternity chapter at Rowan University has also been suspended by the international organization of Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE.) It released the following statement regarding the incident: ‘The international organization of Tau Kappa Epsilon (TKE) has temporarily suspended the operations of the Rowan University chapter pending the results of our own and the university’s investigations into a sexual act between two consenting adults which was inappropriately posted online. Just yesterday, TKE’s new CEO announced mandatory online, interactive training for all TKE student members which covers sexual assaults, hazing, substance abuse, codes of conduct and other issues.

Rapper 50 Cent could be on the hook for posting the video of a woman having sex without her permission — a move he made as part of a 'rap war' with her ex-lover and his rival, Rick Ross.

A Manhattan judge Thursday refused the rapper's motion to dismiss the case.Lastonia Leviston sued 50 Cent, aka Curtis James Jackson III, in 2010 for emotional distress after he posted a video of her having sex with Maurice Murray.He says one of the male students videotaped the other male having sex with a female student, and then posted it online without her consent.Cardona says the female student, though, declined to pursue criminal charges: “Since they’re all adults, the female student had the right to file a complaint.And she decided not to.” By the time Rowan University got word of the video, it had already been taken down from the internet.Cardona says the university would not report the outcome of the disciplinary hearing because of student privacy laws.