Transcript for 10 people under arrest in suspected hazing death of Louisana college student
under arrest in the suspected hazing death of a college student in Louisiana. The lsu freshaan died after attending a fraternity pledge event called "Bible study." Here's ABC's gio Ben neitbenitez. Reporter: One by one today, the frat brothers accused in the September hazing death of this lsu freshman were led away in handcuffs. Their lawyers were upset it had to be so public. They are going to parade these kids up the walkway into the facility in the parish prison. That's not necessary. Reporter: Nine of the ten young men from phi delta theta are charged tonight with misdemeanor hazing. But 19-year-old Matthew Naquin, who witnesses say was the most aggressive that night, is also accused of negligent homicide, a felony. All of them regret the tragic loss in the case and we wish that could be repaired very easily but it can't. Reporter: 19-year-old max Gruver after what they called a "Bible study" September 13th. Pledges were asked questions about the fraternity, and police say that Naquin and two others forced them to drink "190 proof alcohol" when they got answers wrong. A coroner's report tonight says that Gruver's blood alcohol level was .495, six times the legal driving limit. Police say he was passed out on a couch for at least nine hours, that they checked on him during the night, and in the morning he work up with weak pulse. On Facebook, his mother wrote #stopthehazing, my son is dead now. Adding that "You brothers will have to live with it for the rest of your lives." Reporter: Attorneys deny wrongdoing tonight.
This transcript has been automatically generated and may not be 100% accurate.