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BOSTON-Nine students were expelled from Dean College in Massachusetts after a video was posted on  WorldStarHipHop.com of one student brutally beating another over what he believed were stolen sneakers.

In the video one students confronts another than repeatedly punches him and then takes his sneakers while his friends laugh and record the beating.

CBS Boston reports:

Students say the altercation was over sneakers that the attacker believed the victim had stolen from him. They are limited edition Nike sneakers that sell for $200.

The victim’s roommate tells WBZ that the victim did not steal the sneakers from his attacker and that he brought them from home. He says the victim is not an aggressive person and never fights, and is now recovering from the one sided attack. He asked for privacy during this difficult time.

Read More At CBS Boston

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