AKRON, OH (WOIO) - Gabriel Dorsey says it was racism that got him beat up and kicked out of a
party at the
, the local chapter affiliated with the fraternity in Oklahoma whose racist chant got them shut down.
Dorsey says he was attacked inside the fraternity house moments before he was thrown out.
"They were just stomping me and kicking me and attacking me while I was on the floor, screaming racial slurs and insults," described Dorsey.
University of Akron Police would later arrest Dorsey.
"When I got home, I got a call by the University of Akron Police Department, and they said they wanted to talk to me about the fight. I thought they were going to help me. When I got there, they immediately arrested me," said Dorsey.
Dorsey was accused of knocking out the teeth of one fraternity brother and punching another brother in the nose.
It all started when Dorsey says someone did something inappropriate to his girlfriend.