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College student accused of defiling a member of the household belongings is not charged with hate crime

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Student speaks out the alleged assault by roommate

Chennel Rowe, a freshman at the University of Hartford, says she was the victim of bullying on campus by her roommate.

A Connecticut university student accused of smearing of the body fluid on her roommate’s belongings from the police in the first instance, labeled as a “hate crime” pleaded not guilty on Monday and not be confronted with additional bias charges.

Brianna also sends more service, 18, of Harwinton, pleaded not guilty to charges of criminal mischief and breach of peace. The former University of Hartford student asked for a trail by jury and the case was continued to Jan. 29.

Also sends more service admitted in an Instagram post in October that she rubbed her dirty tampons on Chennel “Jazzy” Rowe’s backpack and put the roommate of the toothbrush where the sun doesn’t shine.” Also she licked Rowe plate, a fork and a spoon and mixed lotions together, FOX61 reported.

Brianna also sends more service, the former University of Hartford student, is accused of smearing of the body fluid on her roommate’s belongings.

(West Hartford Police)

COLLEGE STUDENT BODY FLUIDS ON THE ROOMMATE OF THE ASSETS, FACES HATE CRIME CHARGES: POLICE

“They took me out of the room after a month of spitting in my coconut oil, which my toothbrush in places where the sun does not shine, so moldy clam dip in my lotion,” Rowe told the news station.

Rowe, who is black, told the police that it also sends more service, which is white, “in general, ignored her and treated her like a ghost,” the Hartford Courant reported. Rowe requested a roommate change after the Instagram post.

Also sends more service makes a brief appearance in Hartford Superior Court on Monday.

(AP)

Representatives of the state NAACP and other civil rights advocates protested again in front of the courthouse on Monday, asking the state to add a hate crimes charge.

“We are very disappointed with the prosecutors…not this thing hard enough,” NAACP President Scot X. Esdaile said. “They are not making this an urgent issue of where we are sitting.”

Also sends more service’s lawyer said the 18-year-old’s actions were not racist.

Fox News’ Travis Fedschun, and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

Katherine Lam is a breaking and trending news digital producer for Fox News. Follow her on Twitter via @bykatherinelam

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