Sophia Rosing Wiki – Sophia Rosing Bio
Sophia Rosing, a University of Kentucky student, was arrested for attacking a black female student worker and repeatedly calling her racial slurs in a nasty episode caught on video early Sunday morning.
According to online booking information, the student, Sophia Rosing was arrested at a campus residence just before 4 a.m. on charges of public intoxication, assault, disorderly conduct, and assault on a police officer. A judge set her bail at $10,000.
Rosing, who is white, stumbled into the university’s Boyd Hall and appeared highly intoxicated, according to the student who worked the dorm’s front desk.
Sophia Rosing is 22 years old.
Arrested For Attacking Black Student
Student worker Kylah Spring said she tried to control the woman in a TikTok video, but instead was attacked and looted with disgusting vitriol.
In disturbing videos posted on social media, Rosing refused help and instead repeatedly tried to hit and attack Spring by saying the n-word.
“Will you please stop?” In a video show, Spring asked Rosing after she tried to hit him.
“No,” Rosing replied. “You’re an n–r and you’re a b-h.”
Early this morning, a disturbing incident was captured on video in a residence hall. The video is deeply offensive, and we take it very seriously.
— University of Kentucky (@universityofky) November 6, 2022
“Oh my God, I don’t get paid enough for this,” Spring replied calmly.
“I got it all on video,” said another off-camera voice.
Spring and another student tried to get Rosing into a seat, but Rosing turned towards them and kicked Spring. According to additional images, he then tried to push a shopping cart toward them.
Spring said Rosing punched him several times, kicked him in the stomach, and bit his arm while telling him to do his chores.
“The girl starts saying things like ‘Do my chores’, ‘It’s not my fault you’re black, ‘It’s not my fault you’re ugly’ and at that point, it’s like she’s saying the n-word,” Bahar said.
The police eventually showed up and handcuffed Rosing, but even that didn’t stop his racist talk.
He sang the n-word as an officer put Rosing’s hands behind his back and handcuffed him.
“Hey, guess what? You’re going to jail,” the arresting officer said to the vile student, who refused to be named.
Spring said Rosing kicked and bit a police officer, leading him to attack an officer charge.
“Early this morning, a disturbing incident at a dormitory was videotaped,” the university said. “The video is extremely offensive and we take it very seriously.”
The school said the Office of Student Behavior immediately conducted an investigation and Student Success teams reached out to 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 that a thorough investigation would be undertaken.
Spring said more needs to be done to ensure that students do not encounter racist attacks as they progress on campus.
“The problem here is that this is too much for things that shouldn’t be done on college campuses, and we get these emails and everything about how [the university] doesn’t tolerate it, but it still happens,” he said. “At this point, I feel that attention should be shifted from the offenders to the offended.”