After repeatedly verbally abusing a Black school worker, a White student at Kentucky University was kicked out for good. The worker said the student attacked him by punching him and calling him racial slurs.
After what happened on Sunday, Sophia Rosing can no longer go to school there. In a public message on Wednesday, the university’s president, Eli Capilouto, said she would not be allowed to attend. The school is still looking into what happened.
The date Rising graduated was in May. But on Tuesday, her lawyer Fred Peters said she must talk to a professional about her problems.
A police report says that Rosing was charged with first- and second-degree public drunkenness, third-degree assault of a police officer, and fourth-degree assault. He was also charged with disorderly conduct in the second degree and assault in the third degree.
Rising was released from jail on bail on Monday and pleaded not guilty to the charges against him.
Peters said that his client felt sorry and ashamed after being found guilty. In his message, Capilouto noted that this act made him sick and destroyed the community.
In his answer, he said that we stand with the students who were the targets of violence and hostility.
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The incident and Rosing’s suspension were made public to the university on the same day. Both were done right away and for good. During the investigation, Rosing was not allowed on campus, Capilouto said.
Multiple social media sites shared a video of the fight at Boyd Hall. Kylah Spring, a desk clerk at the college, talks about what happened in the video. Spring allegedly started the war when he went to check on Rosing, who seemed to be drunk. Spring says that after that, Rosing hit her a few times and kicked her in the stomach.
A police report says that even after Rosing was arrested, he kept using rude words. Throughout the video, she also used racial slurs a lot of the time.