PURPOSELY CONTAMINATED HER ROOMMATE’S THINGS
Police have charged a now former student from the University of Hartford in Connecticut with criminal mischief. School officials permanently expelled her for despicable behavior. She wanted to get rid of her roommate. So she contaminated her roommate’s face lotion, toothbrush, and most of her belongings in order to drive her out of the room forever. She succeeded, but with a catch. The foolish little girl then did what most millennials do. She posted what she had done in detail on Social Media.
SHE SHARED HER STORY ON SOCIAL MEDIA
The student, Brianna Brochu, 18 years-old was just in court about this situation. Her Social Media post on Instagram described her accomplished, long-held goal. “After one and a half months spitting in her coconut oil, putting moldy clam dip in her lotions, rubbing used tampons on her backpack, putting her toothbrush places where the sun doesn’t shine, and so much more, I can finally say goodbye to Jamaican Barbie.”
VICTIM HAS MAJOR HEALTH ISSUES FROM CONTAMINATION
Obviously, officials took the post down. But let’s be clear. Brochu is white, and Chennel Rowe is black. Officials charged Brochu with intimidation based on bigotry or bias. That’s a felony charge. But the charges took a very long time. This was mostly due to the University’s investigation being incredibly slow. Rowe has been sick ever since she was poisoned by Brochu. She has needed constant meetings with Doctors in New York and Connecticut for treatment. Brochu’s crime is truly despicable.
AN ACT OF DESPICABLE BEHAVIOR
Fortunately, Rowe discovered this despicable behavior. Other students warned her about Brochu’s posts online. Brochu had also included pictures of Rowe eating, explaining what she had done to contaminate the utensils. The school originally threatened Rowe. They said that if she shared this information she herself could be removed from her campus residence. Rowe called bullshit. She said that had their roles been reversed, the school investigation would have been much faster. This was a definite case of racism. The school responded by stating that they never intended to keep her quiet. They just didn’t want her to act on her own.
Does anybody believe that? Nah, didn’t think so. But schools tend to back off when they feel exposed.