The student, Harley Barber, also has left the university after posting the offensive videos on a social media account on Monday.
Life sure is moving fast for Harley Barber, the University of Alabama sorority girl who posted racist videos on Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
In Barber's first video, she appears to talk to a bathroom mirror after turning off the sink faucet.
Barber's mother said her daughter was kicked out of the house in 2016 after months of arguing and went to live with her paternal grandmother. "We don't waste water because of people in Syria".
'I love how I act like I love black people because I f****** hate n*****s so that's really interesting but I just saved the f****** n*****s by shutting that water off'. The actions of this student do not represent the larger student body or the values of our University, and she is no longer enrolled here.
One female voice can be heard off-camera suggesting that Barber not post the video, but she continues spewing pure hatred. Barber was also caught identifying herself as a member of the Alpha Phi sorority, stating that she wanted to join the sorority since she was in high school. "And now someone wants to save my finsta because I said n--r? "(N-word) (n-word) (n-word). I don't care if it's Martin Luther King Day.
"I'm in the South now, bitch", Barber continued.
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In a conversation with NJ.com (Barber is from New Jersey, as she explained in her videos), her mother, Jill Barbera says that she "agrees with the punishment", saying "I fully support their decision".
University and sorority officials have condemned Barber's comments.
Harley Barber's mother says she didn't raise her daughter to be a racist.
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Immediately after the incident, Barber told the New York Post that she's "so sorry", but she has since dropped off the radar.
"I did something really, really bad", said Barber, according to the Post. "I don't know what to do and I feel awful".
"Alpha Phi is a diverse, values-based organization and condemns the language and opinions in these videos", said Linda Kahangi, executive director of Alpha Phi International Fraternity, in a statement Wednesday. She revealed that Barber has since been removed from the organization. "I'm wrong and there's just no excuse for what I did". "They are offensive and hateful to both our own members and to other members of the Greek and campus community".