USALOADED reports that Sophia Rosing’s racist friends identified as Theyluv Ryleigh, Steppa West and Ethan Witpack, defend her on Instagram following her racial slur behaviour towards Kylah Spring at University of Kentucky.
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.
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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, listed as a Jane Doe because of her refusal to cooperate with officers, will appear in court later today via a video link charged with four offences, including assaulting a police officer.
Now other pupils of the university are calling for Rosing to be kicked out of the facility, and are calling for the President, Eli Capilouto, to do more.
Multiple students have slammed Capilouto for his statement on the incident, wanting more stringent measures to be taken.
When asked by DailyMail.com if Rosing would be suspended, the University declined to comment because the disciplinary investigation was ongoing.
Rosing 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 modes three-bedroom and two-bathroom family property in Fort Mitchell with her parents and siblings.
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.
Video posted online showed Rosing barely able to stand as she tries to hit fellow student Kylah Spring, who was working at the front desk of a dormitory on campus.
Students have said the ‘blanket statement’ by the university is ‘a start’ but are demanding that ‘real action’ be taken.
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.’
Rosing, who is a double business and marketing major, has been fired by fashion brand Dillard’s for her outburst. The student, 22-year-old Sophia Rosing, was arrested in a campus residence hall just before 4 a.m. on charges of public intoxication, assault, disorderly conduct and assault on a police officer, according to online booking info. A judge set her bond at $10,000.
Rosing, who is white, stumbled into the university’s Boyd Hall appearing highly intoxicated, according to the student who was working at the dormitory’s front desk.
In disturbing videos posted on social media, Rosing refused the help and instead tried to hit and attack Spring while repeatedly calling her the n-word.
“Could you stop, please?” Spring asked Rosing after she tried to take a swing at her, one video shows.
“Nope,” Rosing replied. “You’re a n—-r and you’re a b—h.” Spring and another student tried to place Rosing in a seat, but she swung at them and kicked Spring. She then tried to push a shopping cart at them, according to additional footage.
Spring said Rosing punched her multiple times, kicked her in the stomach and bit her arm while ordering to her to do her chores.
“The girl starts saying things like ‘Do my chores,’ ‘It’s not my fault that you’re black,’ ‘It’s not my fault that you’re ugly,’ and at this point she’s like singing the n-word,” Spring said.
Police eventually showed up and cuffed Rosing, but even that didn’t stop her racist tirade. As an officer placed Rosing’s hands behind her back and handcuffed her, she repeated the n-word in a sing-song tone.
“Hey, guess what? You’re going to jail,” the arresting officer told the vile student, who refused to provide her name.
Spring said Rosing even kicked and bit a police officer, leading to her assault on an officer charge.
The University of Kentucky condemned the assault in a statement Sunday morning.
“Early this morning, a disturbing incident was captured on video in a residence hall,” the university said. “The video is deeply offensive, and we take it very seriously.”
The school said its Office of Student Conduct is making an immediate review and that its Student Success teams have reached out to the victims to offer support.
“The safety and well-being of our students is our top priority, and we will not tolerate behavior that threatens it,” the University of Kentucky said.
University president Eli Capilouto also sent a message to the school community saying there will be a full investigation.
Spring said more needs to be done to ensure that students don’t face racist attacks on campus moving forward.
“The problem here is that this happens way too much on college campuses for things to not be done and we get these emails and everything about how [the university doesn’t] tolerate it, but it’s still happening,” she said. “I feel like at this point, the attention needs to be shifted from the offenders to the offended.”