Connecticut Governor Condemns Girl in Roommate Hate Crime Case
How could anyone not condemn this kind of hatefulness?
In the continuation of this shameful story, Connecticut's Governor has also weighed in on the alleged crazy behavior going down on the University of Hartford campus. Not liking your roommate is one thing, but this is a whole other level of mean.
According to wfsb.com, even the Governor has weighed in on the incident that happened on the campus of the University of Hartford. A spokesperson for Governor Malloy released a statement that said:
These allegations are deeply disturbing and shameful. Governor Malloy strongly condemns these alleged, heinous actions and shares concern for the young woman who was the victim of these heinous acts. There is no place for discrimination, hate crimes, or bullying in our society—much less in our places of education
In case you missed the story about this very nasty piece of business, here it is. University of Hartford student, Brianna Brochu, 18, has been accused of smearing bodily fluids on her roommates property, allegedly putting moldy clam dip in her lotion, spitting in her coconut oil, putting used tampons on her backpack, and tampering with her toothbrush.
Not only are all of the allegations horrific, but then Brochu used social media to brag about how she drove her roommate out. She even slandered her roommate, Chenelle Rowe, in a post by calling her by calling her, "Jamaican Barbie".
Girl, in what moment did you not stop yourself and think, "this is no way for me to behave." In what moment did you not think, "Maybe these horrible actions will not bode well for me, or my future"?
Speaking of her future, Brochu has been expelled and police say they are seeking a hate crimes charge against her.
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