Four-more members of the Theta Tau fraternity have joined the lawsuit filed against Syracuse University.
This adds to the ongoing controversy over videos that were recorded by fraternity members back in April.
The University described the videos as sexist, racist, homophobic and offensive to those with disabilities.
The group claims there was a rush to judgment when the videos were released.
According to the lawsuit, the videos were private and taken out of context and were meant to make fun of those views rather than condone them.
The students also claim the University violated their rights outlined in the student handbook, as well as the University's bill of rights.
The group is seeking more than $1 million each in damages and for their academic standing to be restored while the lawsuit is pending.