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White freshman EXPELLED for poisoning her black roommate with used tampons

‘She will not be returning to the institution’

Brianna Brochu, the white freshman who poisoned her black roommate, has been kicked out of university.

Brochu, 18, was arrested and charged with criminal mischief, breach of peace and intimidation based on bigotry, after rubbing used tampons on her bag, pouring moldy clam dip in her face lotion, putting her toothbrush in her rectum and spitting in her coconut oil. She is currently out on bail.

University of Hartford officials confirmed to The Tab that Brochu was expelled this morning after her “deeply disturbing” behavior.

“She will not be returning to the institution,” said University President Greg Woodward.

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Brianna Brochu

The shocking revelations emerged after Brochu posted on Instagram to brag about how she had poisoned her roommate Rowe.

She said:

“Finally did it yo girl got rid of her roommate!! After 1 1/12 month of 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 Jamaican Barbie.”

Brochu also uploaded pictures and video to Snapchat to explain how she tampered with her roommate’s personal belongings. One shows her unscrewing a jar of Rowe’s coconut oil and describing how she will spit in it.

Rowe noticed that she was “getting sick,” developing a throat pain and a cold. Doctors prescribed her antibiotics for bacteria in her throat, and only found out why she was sick after discovering Brochu’s pictures.

As she moved out due to frosty relations with Rowe earlier in the semester, Brochu bragged about finally getting rid of her “Jamaican Barbie.”

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In another statement sent to The Tab, University of Hartford President Greg Woodward condemned what he called a “deeply upsetting” incident of bullying.

“Let me be clear: the accused student’s behavior was reprehensible and does not reflect the values of our institution,” he said. “Let me also be clear that I am confident the University has taken all steps to pursue this matter seriously, and will continue to do so.”