An undergraduate at the University of Kentucky has been detained for allegedly verbally and physically attacking another student.
UK Student Arrested On Charges Of Assault And Using Racial Slur!
Sophia Rosing has been arrested and charged with multiple offenses, including assault, public intoxication, disorderly behavior, and assault on a police officer.
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There is no video evidence online showing Rosing physically assaulting a student working as a desk clerk in the school hostel. Rosing appears to try to run the student over with a shopping cart in the building lobby at one point in the footage.
Black college students at PWIs truly have a different experience, and all of me feels terrible for Kylah.
Students take on work-study jobs to help pay to get through school… Not to be harassed by racist people.
I hope Sophia Rosing is EXPELLED ASAP!https://t.co/SMEl4mAihz
— Nicole A. Tinson (@Nikki_T) November 7, 2022
In addition, Rosing uses the n-word almost two hundred times. Rosing said officers she “had lots of money and gets special treatment” according to her arrest citation. The citation also claimed that she bit and kicked a police officer during her detention.
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The United Kingdom has issued a statement indicating they are conducting an investigation. The president of the United Kingdom, Eli Capilouto, has called the behavior depicted in the video “very opposed to what we are and what we always aim to be as a community.” The institution is currently looking into the matter.
Monday afternoon is Rosing’s arraignment date in court.
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