A racist University of Kentucky student who ranted for 10 minutes and sang the word ‘n*****’ at a desk clerk is being sent to rehab to address he
A racist University of Kentucky student who ranted for 10 minutes and sang the word ‘n*****’ at a desk clerk is being sent to rehab to address her ‘issues’ and will withdraw from classes.
Sophia Rosing was arrested early Sunday morning after she stumbled into the dorms on campus in Lexington, Kentucky, before she launched herself at fellow student Kylah Spring, who was working the front desk.
It comes after DailyMail.com revealed that the 22-year-old allegedly doxxed a 15-year-old girl while they were at high school together, publicly posting that she would ‘send nudes’ and falsely claimed she had an abortion.
Her attorney Fred Peters told DailyMail.com that the business and marketing major will be ‘withdrawing’ from school and will be ‘getting treatment for her issues’ – though he would not confirm if they were alcohol related.
Peters said that Rosing was a ‘very very embarrassed and humiliated young lady’ and would also be undertaking ‘racial sensitivity’ training.
It is unclear if the treatment and training will affect the criminal case against Rosing, who was charged with a felony offence of a third-degree assault of a police officer.
She pleaded not guilty to charges of intoxication in a public place, fourth-degree assault and second-degree disorderly conduct.
Footage showed her violent and racist outburst against Spring, with court documents revealing that she called her a ‘n*****’ more than 200 times.
In the full 10-minute-long clip, Rosing is told that she ruined her life to which she brazenly replied ‘no I didn’t’ before quietly singing the n-word over and over before police arrived to arrest her.
Even after the University of Kentucky officer has her in handcuffs, the business and marketing major can still be heard softly singing the word as she is dragged away.
Rosing can also be heard telling Spring to ‘do her chores’ as well as calling her an ‘ugly n***** b****’ while horrified students look on and some try to intervene.
Exclusive photos obtained by DailyMail.com show University of Kentucky student Sophia Rosing, 22, leaving the Fayette County Detention Center Monday night, still in her boots and tight skirt
Her attorney Fred Peters, pictured, told DailyMail.com that the business and marketing major will be ‘withdrawing’ from school and will be ‘getting treatment for her issues’ – though he would not confirm if they were alcohol related
Kylah Spring gave an impassioned speech at an anti-racism march in her honour on Monday night, telling Rosing ‘You will not break my spirit’
The blonde 22-year-old was pictured trying to obscure her face as she left the jail Monday night
She was escorted out of the jail by her parents, Jill and Don Rosing, after apparently posting bail
Rosing sobbed as the charges were put to her, before pleading not guilty to all four of the charges that she faces
Earlier photos obtained by DailyMail.com show Jill and Don Rosing leaving the detention center
Rosing was caught on camera physically assaulting two black students at the University of Kentucky and calling a student employee a ‘n***** b****
Spring attended an anti-racism march on Monday night following the attack on Sunday, where she made an impassioned speech and told Rosing ‘you will not break my spirit.’
The desk clerk, a freshman at the university, became emotional as she addressed the dozens of people who attended the march in her honour.
Breaking down as she addressed the crowd, Spring said: ‘I was physically, verbally and racially assaulted by Jane Doe, aka Sophia Rosing.
Rosing became emotional at her arraignment hearing on Monday afternoon, with her parents in attendance
‘This is a recurring issue in and across the American school system no matter what age. I am deeply saddened by the events that took place, but I am most grateful for justice that is to come.
‘To Miss Rosing. You will not break my spirit and you will be held accountable for your actions. I only pray that you open your heart to love and try to experience life differently and more positively.
‘As Michelle Obama once said, when they go low, we go high. I will continue to address this situation with grace and humility.’
Rosing on Monday sobbed as she appeared via video link at at District Court to plead not guilty to charges of intoxication in a public place, third-degree assault on a police officer, fourth-degree assault and second-degree disorderly conduct.
Pictures obtained by DailyMail.com show her walking out of the Fayette County Detention Center later Monday night, still wearing a tight skirt and boots.
She was accompanied by her parents, Jill and Don Rosing, who paid her $10,000 bond. Rosing is now banned from contacting Spring and will not be allowed to return to Boyd Hall, or drink alcohol.
Rosing attempted to cover her face while leaving the detention centre on Monday night, and her parents ignored questions when approached by DailyMail.com.
During her rampage, Rosing told University of Kentucky police officers that she gets ‘special treatment’ because she has ‘lots of money’, according to WKYT.
She ‘kicked and bit’ officers as they tried to place her under arrest, according to court documents.
They apparently walked out in the sunset without their adult daughter before coming back with the bail money
Her parents, Jill and Don Rosing, both sat in the courtroom watching as their daughter appeared via a videolink with her bond set at $10,0000
Her parents appeared to discuss the case with a third man after Rosling pleaded not guilty to all four offences
Rosing was visibly intoxicated as she stumbled into the dorms on campus in Lexington, Kentucky, before she launched herself at fellow student Kylah Spring who was working the front desk
DailyMail.com can reveal that she grew up in a modest three-bedroom and two-bathroom family property in Fort Mitchell with her parents and siblings
University Police were finally able to take Rosing into custody just before 4am on Sunday following the now viral incident. She was being held at the Fayette County Detention Center – where she refused to identify herself to officers upon her arrival in the early hours.
Now, university students are calling for Rosing to be expelled from the university and are also urging President Eli Capilouto to do more.
A petition on Change.org has also been set up to get Rosing expelled from the school, with 117 people signing so far.
Spring, who was assaulted by Rosing, shared a post which said: ‘Eli, as per usual makes a statement that means jack s*** without action.
‘Sophia Rosing needs to be held accountable and expelled for what she did. We will not tolerate this hate on campus.’
When asked by DailyMail.com if Rosing would be suspended, the University declined to comment because the disciplinary investigation was ongoing.
Rosing had bragged to fellow students the year before the vile racist incident, saying ‘I’m rich as f*** and you’re obviously not’.
But DailyMail.com can reveal that she grew up in a modest three-bedroom and two-bathroom family property in Fort Mitchell with her parents and siblings.
Rosing is now being held at the Fayette County Detention Center on a $10,000 bond after using racist language more than 200 times in her foul-mouthed rant
When asked by DailyMail.com if Rosing would be suspended, the University declined to comment because the disciplinary investigation was ongoing
Sophia Rosing, second from right, has been removed from her role in Dillard’s Campus Collective Program after footage of her racially abusing a fellow student went viral
Other pupils of the university are calling for the business major, pictured with her dad, to be kicked out of the facility, and are calling for the President, Eli Capilouto, to do more
Rosing is seen here early Sunday morning wrestling with fellow student Kylah Spring, who was working at the front desk of a dormitory on campus
Her father, Paul Donald Rosing, works as an Technology Executive for Messer Construction Co, but relatives of Rosing have not yet responded to request for comment.
Meanwhile, Rosing herself has been fired by fashion brand Dillard’s for her outburst.
She was part of the Campus Collective Program, with a Dillard’s spokesperson saying: ‘Dillard’s does not condone this behavior. Her relationship with Dillard’s has been terminated immediately.’
In video of the incident posted online, Rosing was barely able to stand up straight as she tried to hit student Kylah Spring, who was working at the front desk of a dormitory on campus.
Video of the attack showed Rosing, who is white, calling Spring a ‘n***** b***’ as the front desk clerk tried to restrain her and prevent her from getting into an elevator.
‘Could you stop please?’ Spring asked Rosing after she managed to escape Spring’s grasp.
‘Nope,’ Rosing responded, before Spring tried to grab her again. Rosing then continued to repeat the racial slur, causing Spring to say: ‘Ooh Jesus, I do not get paid enough for this.’
‘Exactly and you’re a n***** and you’re a b****,’ Rosing responded several times before a voice off-camera told Spring: ‘I’ve got this all on video.’
The blonde business and marketing major is currently at the Fayette County Detention Center – where she refused to identify herself to officers upon her arrival in the early hours
Rosing, who is a double business and marketing major, has been fired by fashion brand Dillard’s for her outburst
When Spring and another black student tried to get Rosing to sit down, Rosing could be seen trying to punch the other victim and trying to kick Spring
A second video showed Spring and another black student trying to get her to sit in a chair, when Rosing hit out at the second black victim and tried to kick Spring.
A University of Kentucky police officer then handcuffed Rosing in the dorm as she continued to repeat the racial slur and struggled to stay standing.
In an Instagram post following the altercation, Spring explained why she had intervened in the first place.
She explained that Rosing walked into Boyd Hall, on Martin Luther King Blvd, after Spring had refused her entry because she did not have an ID card on her.
When blonde Rosing managed to get into the lobby she stumbled as she approached the elevators, which concerned Spring who was behind the front desk.
Spring said: ‘I worked a shift tonight where was assaulted and called a n*****, and someone said other racial slurs towards me.
‘It is a part of our job that if we see a student that’s like very drunk, we are to call an RA to… write a report.
‘So I reach my head out of the desk area, and I ask the girl ‘Are you OK?” Spring recounted, ‘and she stared at me and started to call me a n*****.’
Sophia Rosing, 22, was visibly intoxicated as she stumbled into the dorms on campus in Lexington, Kentucky, before she launched herself at fellow student Kylah Spring who was working the front desk
Spring said that is when Rosing kicked her in the stomach, tried to run her over with a shopping cart that was in the lobby and bit her friend
Rosing, who is a double business and marketing major, has been fired by fashion brand Dillard’s for her outburst
In an Instagram post following the altercation, Spring described what she had endured
Rosing is being held on a $10,000 bail after being arrested by campus police
At that point Spring called the RA and tried to prevent Rosing from entering the elevator, to wait for someone to arrive to help.
She added: ‘And so I jumped in, I tried to move her off to the side, and she just kept going ‘No n*****, you’re a b****, you’re a n*****, do my chores b****.
‘And she kept doing that as I was trying to sit her down.’
Spring said that is when Rosing kicked her in the stomach, tried to run her over with a shopping cart that was in the lobby and bit her friend.
In an email to students following the altercation, President Eli Capilouto said Spring ‘acted with professionalism, restraint and discretion.’
He noted that the school’s Office of Student Conduct has launched an immediate review of the assault, and that its Student Success teams ‘are reaching out to the student victims who were subject to this behavior to offer support.’
It added: ‘To be clear: We condemn this behavior and will not tolerate it under any circumstances,’ he said, as he vowed to update students with more information as it becomes available.
Rosing had previously been filmed berating another student at a party
She told the student in the video how she is rich and they apparently are not
The disturbing video is not the first instance of Rosing berating other students while intoxicated.
In another video posted shortly after the footage of the assault went viral, Rosing could be seen telling someone off camera at a party: ‘I’m rich as f*** and you’re obviously not compared to what you’re wearing.
‘And I can do you and you can’t do s*** about it, especially since you don’t know my last name. But I know God-d*** well who you are.’
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