Kentucky Student Arrested For Using Racial Slurs Towards Black Students

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A University of Kentucky senior that was seen in a viral video assaulting black students is no longer enrolled in the University. 22-two-year-old Sofia Rosing was seen on video repeatedly yelling several racist slurs and physically attacking two black students. The school stated that she will not be eligible to re-enroll and is permanently banned from the campus. The announcement was made one day after the students’ attorneys told NBC news that she was going to voluntarily withdraw from the University.

“She’s a very, very embarrassed and humiliated young lady,”  Attorney Fred Peter stated. He went on to add that he is “getting her into some kind of treatment program and sensitivity program to help her through the situation.”  He went on to note that she will receive treatment for other things but declined to elaborate any further. “ She’s going to get help, that’s all I can say.”

The video shows Rosing assaulting Kylah Spring who is a first-year student at Kentucky. She was working at the front desk of a campus dorm when the messy incident unfolded. Rosing appears to be heavily intoxicated and is struggling to stay standing. She can be seen striking at Spring while calling her several racial slurs.  She then tries to kick spring and punches another student, who was a black woman, as they both tried to restrain Rosing by putting her in a chair. Rosing and also attempted to charge Spring with a shopping cart.

Kentucky Student Arrested For Using Racial Slur Towards Black Students

The video ends with a white male police officer handcuffing him in the dorm. But, she continued to repeatedly yell racial slurs and struggled to remain standing. According to police, Rosing then went to kick and bite an officer telling him that she has a lot of money and to gets “special treatment.”

They went on to arrest her just before 4 a.m. on charges of intoxication in a public place, fourth degree assault, third-degree assault on a police officer, and second-degree disorderly conduct. According to Fayette County Detention Center, she was held on a $10,000 Bond before being released the following night. She went on to show a court appearance in which she pleaded not guilty and waived a formal arrangement.

Asking for her release, a judge ordered Rosing to have no contact with spring. She is also not allowed to consume alcohol and must stay away from the dorm where the assault happened. Upon learning about the incident, the university quickly suspended Rosing on an interim basis. The University president went on to condemn her actions in an email to all students and officials saying that a student conduct review process was underway.

“Although she is no longer a student, we must continue our investigations,” the university stated. “That includes our cooperation with an investigation into criminal charges filed; our Code of Student Conduct disciplinary proceedings and racial harassment misconduct being reviewed by our Office of Institutional Equity and Equal Opportunity.”

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