A fraternity at the University of Central Florida, Delta Sigma Phi, has been allegedly running a secret Facebook group called the “Dog Pound,” where members of the fraternity share nude photos and videos of women without consent.

The group was discovered in March, when Kathryn Novak was on vacation with her then-boyfriend Brandon Simpson. During their trip, Novak caught a glimpse of an alarming text on Simpson’s phone from his frat brother where the two were discussing a naked video of Novak, according to a lawsuit that Novak filed on Thursday. She had never given her boyfriend permission to share the video. Novak insisted to know what was going on, and discovered the “Dog Pound.”

Per the New York Times, Novak said she found out that her nowex-boyfriend Simpson had been posting nude photos and videos to the Facebook group since October. She’s also accused the frat of uploading images of several other women, and is now suing Simpson, as well as the UCF fraternity and four of its members, for $75,000.

According to the lawsuit, the fraternity “routinely posted images and videos of their sexual conquests” to the group, and that allegedly over 200 people saw one video of Novak, not including how many people could have been in the group. Novak and her boyfriend were in a long-distance relationship, so she consensually sent him photos and videos, though one video was taken without her knowing, the Times reported.

Novak is being represented by Michael Avenatti, who’s also Stormy Daniels’ lawyer. He told the Times that when Novak discovered the footage had been shared, it was “devastating.”

“The fact that you had a basically frat-boy atmosphere, both literally and figuratively, that was centered on the exploitation of women without their knowledge or consent is outrageous,” he said.

Following the suit, Delta Sigma Phi has suspended its UCF chapter, telling the Times that the accusations were “disturbing and antithetical to our organization’s values and mission.” The university is presently “gathering information” about the purported Facebook group, and has requested that anyone who believes they are involved to contact them, CNN reports.