After the University of Kentucky president repeatedly hurled racist slurs at black students on campus early Sunday morning, the student accused of assault will be permanently expelled from campus and face additional charges. He said he could be questioned.
Sophia Rosing, who is no longer a student, was first provisionally suspended, is now not a student, has been permanently expelled from campus, and is ineligible to re-enroll as a student, according to a message from the University of Kentucky. . (UK) President Eli Kapilout said to the British community:
“She is no longer a student, but she has to continue her research,” Kapirut continued.
“This includes cooperating with investigations of criminal complaints that have been filed. It is being reviewed by the office.”
“As a community committed to preventing racist violence, we must also commit to holding people accountable for their actions. The process of being there is essential,” he continued.
On Tuesday, Rosing’s attorney, Fred Peters, told CNN that she plans to leave the UK in the next few days, “very embarrassing, very regrettable and very humiliating.”
According to Fayette County U.S. Attorney Kimberly Baird, Rosing was charged with public alcohol intoxication, fourth-degree assault without visible injury, second-degree disorderly conduct, and a police or probation sentence. He has been charged with third-degree assault on an official.