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'She made my life hell': Classmate reveals racist Kentucky student Sophia Rosing doxxed her

Sophia Rosing, 22, was arrested on Sunday, November 6, for racially attacking Kylah Spring, a fellow Black student at the University of Kentucky
Sophia Rosing (L) attacked Kylah Spring (R) and hurled racial slurs at her (Facebook/ Sophia Rosing/@astbellaa/Twitter)
Sophia Rosing (L) attacked Kylah Spring (R) and hurled racial slurs at her (Facebook/ Sophia Rosing/@astbellaa/Twitter)

LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY: A racist University of Kentucky student who was arrested for launching herself at a fellow Black student and using racial slurs has been branded a bully throughout her life. A high school classmate of Sophia Rosing claimed she was a "bully who made my life hell" and added that her "true personality has been revealed."

The high schoolmate who wishes to stay anonymous alleged that Rosing doxxed her number online with a message that she would send nudes and spread rumors that she had gotten pregnant and had an abortion. The then 15-year-old girl claimed that at one point her family even threatened Rosing to involve the police and press charges but instead her constant harassment and bullying had gotten so worse that her parents ended up removing her from Beechwood Independent High School at the end of the year.


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Rosing, a 22-year-old business and marketing major, was arrested on Sunday, November 6, for lashing out at Kylah Spring, a Black student who was working the front desk of the dorms at the University's Lexington, Kentucky Campus, reported Daily Mail. Footage has emerged that shows Rosing unleashing her 10-minute-long racist tirade during which the court documents, revealed she called Spring the n-word more than 200 times and sang the slur as she was escorted by the cops. Rosing's ex-classmate said, "I always felt like I had to bow down to her. She started rumors about me, she told a bunch of people that I was pregnant and got an abortion in high school which was not true."

Sophia Rosing was arrested on charges of public intoxication, assault, disorderly conduct and assault to a police officer. (Fayette County Detenti )
Sophia Rosing was arrested on charges of public intoxication, assault, disorderly conduct, and assault on a police officer (Fayette County Detention)

"The harassment caused by her was just constant, she would say nasty comments in the hallway and at one point we had to threaten to press charges unless she stopped," said the girl. "She would also comment on big Instagram pages posting my number and saying that I would send explicit images, so I would be harassed by men of all ages because of her doing that." "She also tried to get me, and my siblings kicked out of school, saying that they didn't live in the district. Beechwood is an independent school, and you have to live in the district. Once she saw my stepbrother go home to his mom's so then tried to get us all kicked out of Beechwood. She bullied me and made my life hell," she added. 


On Monday, Rosing sobbed as she pleaded 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, reported the source. She was later released on $10,000 bail and collected by her parents Jill and Don Rosing. Her lawyers have alleged that she will now go to rehab for "treatment for her issues" and will attend a racial sensitivity course. The former classmate also added that Rosing's parents will "throw money" at the problem in an attempt to "make it go away."

In the viral video, Rosing could be heard telling Spring to "do her chores" as well as calling her an "ugly n-word b**." During a rampage, she even told the University of Kentucky police officer that she gets "special treatment" because she has "lots of money." 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." "To be clear: We condemn this behavior and will not tolerate it under any circumstances."

Capilouto is currently facing pressure from students to expel Rosing and Spring has also given an emotional speech to fellow students addressing the issue. Spring said, "She was physically, verbally and racially assaulted by Sophia Rosing" and added, "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."