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Probation in Body Fluids Case at Hartford

14 March 2018

Brianna Brochu was arrested and charged with breach of peace and criminal mischief past year after posting a video to Instagram claiming she smeared bodily fluids on her former roommate, Chennel "Jazzy" Rowe's, belongings and tampered with her personal items because the pair were not getting along. If Brochu completes the requirements and stays out of trouble, the charges of breach of peace and criminal mischief will be removed after two years. Brochu has been granted probation for her offences, and must perform an additional 200 hours of community service, with 50 of those hours being at a literacy organization, as well as another 50 at a social services group. In retaliation, Brochu filmed herself which rubbing bloody tampons on Rowe's backpack and inserting her roommate's toothbrush into her anus.

Finally, Rowe posted a video lamenting that doctors still have not yet been able to cure the illness she says she got from Brochu's actions, and that while her ex-roommate is missing school for court, she continues to miss classes for doctors' appointments.

A year before, Brianna Brochu, then a Connecticut University student, was arrested and charged with a misdemeanor after Chennel Rowe, Brochu's former roommate, told the authorities that the woman bragged about smearing her belonging bloody tampons. Finishing off her incriminating post by calling Rowe "Jamaican Barbie", Brochu's actions earned her a place on the Daily Dot's list of worst millennials of 2017.

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"By giving her this second chance, I hope she will change her ways and finds love for all mankind no matter what race", Rowe said of her former roommate's accelerated rehabilitation. He said Brochu has lost her scholarship to attend the University of Hartford and a job she held at the time.

Civil rights advocates called for hate crime charges. According to Rowe, her post traumatic stress has affected her educational goals. Brochu wrote in the alleged post. Friends, potential employers and even potential romantic partners will learn of Brochu's conduct with a simple Internet search, the judge said.

Brochu also can not contact Rowe and must submit to a mental health evaluation, the outlet said.

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"You can let this case define you or bury it beneath your accomplishments".

After Brochu was picked up by West Hartford police, the local NAACP suggested the former college student be charged with a hate crime, but prosecutors decided against it.

"There's a system for white people and there's a system for black people.That's what we face every day".

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Probation in Body Fluids Case at Hartford