While pledging the Sigma Pi fraternity at Ohio University, Collin Wiant was allegedly made to undergo severe hazing, including being beaten with a belt, punched, made to take drugs, forced to drink a gallon of alcohol in an hour and deprived of sleep.
The lawsuit says that inside the fraternity's house is a room the members refer to as the "Fun Room" or the "Education Room," where much of the alleged hazing took place.
He was allegedly pelted with eggs, and he and other pledges were forced to play full-contact football inside the frat house near Ohio University's campus.
On the evening of November 11, Wiant went out with several other fraternity members, the lawsuit says.
At 2:50 a.m., a fraternity member called 911 and said Wiant was "unresponsive" inside the house.
Trump's past comments are at odds with his current plans to declare a national emergency and other executive actions to secure funding for a border wall.
Trump made the comments on Fox News' "Fox and Friends" in November 2014 when asked about executive actions by then-President Barack Obama that would halt deportations for the undocumented parents of children born in the United States.
The White House did not return a request for comment.
Trump was also asked if the Obama had committed any impeachable offenses.
He said Obama could certainly be impeached for his executive action on immigration.