Ex-student will receive a probation program in body fluids case

HARTFORD, Conn. – A white former Connecticut university student accused of smearing of the body fluid on her black roommate belongings is allowed in a probation program that may lead to criminal prosecution will be erased from her record.

The eighteen-year-old Brianna also sends more service request for accelerated rehabilitation was granted Monday by a state judge in Hartford. Misdemeanor charges will be erased if she successfully completes a period of probation.

The police says the former University of Hartford student wrote on Instagram in October about rubbing used tampons on her roommate’s backpack and put her roommate on the toothbrush where the sun doesn’t shine.”

Her roommate, Chennel Rowe, says she developed throat pain. Rowe not oppose the probation program request.

Civil rights advocates called for hate crime charges, but a prosecutor concluded that there was no evidence of hate crime.

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