The parents of Sophia Rosing are currently being searched for as their daughter was recently arrested for assaulting two fellow students and engaging in disorderly conduct. Sophia, who is a teenager, was caught on video hitting and using racial insults towards two black female students.
As a result, she was arrested and taken into custody for hitting Kylah Spring and engaging in an altercation with another black female student who was attempting to defuse the situation.
The school administration is still grappling with the fallout from this incident on social media, with many people expressing their support for Kylah by using the hashtag “#StandWithKylah” on Twitter.
This has brought attention to the fact that Kylah is the first black woman to be assaulted in this manner, and many are demonstrating their support for her during this difficult time.
Location of Sophia Rosing’s Parents – Jill Rosing and Don Rosing – Unknown
Sophia Rosing is the youngest child of Paul Donald Rosing Jr. and Jill Algie Rosing, and she grew up in a three-bedroom home with her family. According to The Daily Mail, Paul Rosing Jr. is a technology executive at Messer Construction Co. Sophia’s grandmother is Joann Haggard Rosing, and her grandfather is Paul Donald Rosing.
A video that has since gone viral captured Sophia in the act of trying to attack Kylah, a fellow student who was working at the hostel’s front entrance. The footage shows Sophia struggling to stay on her feet as she tries to reach Kylah.
Jill and Don Rosing, Sophia’s parents, were photographed exiting the courthouse after their daughter appeared by video link. Her bail has been set at $10,000, and she is not allowed to contact Kylah, return to Boyd Hall, or consume alcohol while awaiting trial.
As a result of her actions, Sophia’s membership with College Fashionista and her connection with Dillard’s have both been terminated.
The Status of Sophia Rosing’s Family Following her Arrest as a Kentucky Student
After Sophia Rosing pleaded not guilty to all four crimes, her parents were seen discussing the matter with a lawyer. While they were taken aback by their daughter’s actions, they are still attempting to support her during this difficult time and help her as an individual.
On Monday, Sophia pleaded not guilty to four counts of public intoxication, assault on a police officer in the third degree, assault in the fourth degree, and disorderly conduct in the second degree.
Currently, Sophia is being held at the Fayette County Detention Center, where she reportedly refused to identify herself to authorities upon her arrival. As a result, she is being referred to as a Jane Doe because she has failed to cooperate with police.
In the wake of this incident, other students at the University have called for Sophia’s expulsion and for the institution’s president, Eli Capilouto, to take further action. Despite this, Sophia remains in custody at the Fayette County Detention Center.
The viral video of Sophia Rosing shows her attempting to strike Kylah, a fellow student, while shouting racial slurs and insults. According to The Daily Mail, Rosing was detained by police just before 4 am on Sunday on suspicion of being intoxicated in public and various assaults, including third-degree assault on a police officer, fourth-degree assault, and second-degree disorderliness.
In the video, Rosing can be seen struggling to stay upright as she tries to attack Kylah, who is working at the front desk of the hostel. She repeatedly uses racial slurs and insults against Kylah, causing outrage among other students.
The incident reportedly occurred at 1 am when Rosing attempted to enter Boyd Hall, but Kylah, who didn’t recognize her as a resident, refused to unlock the door. This apparently enraged Rosing, leading to the confrontation.
Despite boasting about her affluence, Rosing and her siblings grew up in a modest three-bedroom, two-bathroom house in Fort Mitchell, according to reports. In addition, she has been dismissed from her job as a result of the incident.