A white student who was exposed for continually poisoning her black roommate for months by spitting in her coconut oil and dipping her toothbrush in unthinkable places shocked the public. Now, it has been revealed that she has been expelled from the University of Hartford.
Brianna Brochu, in a bid to get rid of her freshman roommate, Chennel “Jazzy” Rowe decided to poison her and torment her life in other ways. Jazzy, unaware of what was going on, kept falling ill and going in and out of the hospital. She eventually decided to move out of the room and Brianna took to Instagram to boast about it while revealing all the horrible things she had been doing to Jazzy.
Brianna was arrested as soon as her evil deeds became public. Now, she has also been expelled. The University of Hartford, in a statement, confirmed that Brianna will not be returning to the institution.
Read the statement written by the Univerity of Hartford president, Greg Woodward below:
Dear University of Hartford Community,
I am writing to provide further updates on the deeply disturbing situation involving our students. As of this morning, Brianna Brochu is no longer a student at the University of Hartford. She will not be returning to the institution.
There has been an outpouring of concern for the victim of these acts from across the University and the country. In my meeting with her yesterday, I reiterated my personal commitment to ensuring she has all available personal and academic resources the University can provide.
As I said yesterday, the University took action immediately once these allegations were brought to our attention. University Public Safety was first notified and responded to this incident at 11:48 p.m. on October 17. The reprehensible conduct of the involved student was not known by the victim or the University until that time. By 1:12 a.m. the West Hartford Police Department was notified and processes for legal and University conduct began. A no-contact order was put into place and the case was turned over to local authorities by 2:16 a.m.
It is clear there is work to be done at our University to ensure that all students feel safe, respected, and valued. The conversations that began with student groups, faculty, and staff yesterday are going to continue and involve our full community. I am dedicated to that mission and will continue to share additional information about opportunities for our path forward in meaningful dialogue and action.