Transcript for University of Oklahoma fraternity faces allegations of hazing abuse
Next tonight here allegations of brutal hazing at the university of Oklahoma. The son of a former Dallas cowboy star suing a fraternity claiming a pledge ritual left him with brain injuries and memory loss. Here's David Wright. Reporter: Tonight the 20-year-old son of a Dallas cowboys legend is suing a university of Oklahoma fraternity over an alleged hazing ritual that he says left him with permanent brain damage. Former cowboy tight end Jay Novacek's son Blake is suing Oklahoma's chapter of beta theta pi, accusing the fraternity of violent hazing rituals. His lawyer provided photos of what he says was a "Fight club," just like the movie, that he says left novaceck with a broken nose. Novacek is suing over a another alleged incident. He was beaten with a baseball bat and knocked unconscious. Reporter: He says the incident led to traumatic brain injury and severe memory loss. The lawsuit says that incident took place on October 112015, but the fraternity says Novacek was not even in Oklahoma that day, citing this Instagram photo posted from the Dallas cowboy's game. Novacek's lawyer says due to his client cannot be sure of the exact date because of the memory loss. So they're amending the lawsuit. The fraternity says it does not condone hazing, and calls these charges false and inflammatory. David? When we come back breaking
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