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Jill Rosing biography: 13 things about Fort Mitchell, Kentucky woman

Jill Christina Algie Rosing is a white woman born in Kentucky, United States. Here are 13 more things about her:

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  1. She lives in Fort Mitchell, Kenton County.
  2. Aside from Fort Mitchell, she has lived in other parts of Kentucky including Covington and Elsmere.
  3. She has three older sisters namely Karen Algie Harkins, Janis Algie Donovan and Shelia Algie Prew and three older brothers namely Jeff Algie, Doug Algie and Glenn Algie.
  4. She is 3 years younger than her husband Paul Donald “Donny” Rosing Jr.
  5. In 1985, she graduated from Notre Dame Academy in Park Hills, Kenton County.
  6. In 1988, her brother Glenn earned his law degree from the University of Kentucky in Lexington, Fayette County, Kentucky.
  7. On July 1, 1989, she and Donny got married in Kenton County.
  8. In 1990, she gave birth to Paul Donald Rosing III in Campbell County, Kentucky.
  9. In 2000, she gave birth to Sophia Nicole Rosing.
  10. On April 23, 2005, her mother Jean Fromeyer Algie died at the age of 72.
  11. On June 15, 2011, her father Eugene Andrew Algie died at the age of 85.
  12. On July 4, 2014, she was reunited with her three sisters and their brother Glenn.
  13. She was 54 years old when her daughter Sophia was caught on camera on November 6, 2022 hurling racial slurs at Kyla Spring and physically attacking Spring on the University of Kentucky campus. On November 7, 2022, she and Donny attended Sophia’s arraignment and paid their daughter’s $10,000 bond.
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    • Why would it be? People don’t wake up one day and become disgusting racist pigs. Clearly it’s how she was raised and what is in her soul. And she showed their family filth to the world. Don’t make excuses for that drunken slob and her horrific insults and profanity. She’s a bad human.

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    • Wow. You must be a card carrying member of the KKK just like her parents. Unfortunate event????????? Are you kidding??????? You are some serious racist people in Kentucky.

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      • Please do not make generalizations & assumptions that all Kentucky residents are racists. I am not racist & furthermore would not support any member of my family who would subscribe to this belief. I am just as horrified about this incident as most & am ashamed that this “person” resides in my home state. I feel no pity for her & pray she pos punished to the highest degree.

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      • Please do not make generalizations & assumptions that all Kentucky residents are racists. I am not racist & furthermore would not support any member of my family who would subscribe to this belief. I am just as horrified about this incident as most & am ashamed that she resides in my home state. I feel no pity for her & pray she is punished to the highest degree.

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    • Yes. If only moving on from this will be as easy as the target of her racism and violence. But let us not consider the object of this beautiful racist’s anger. Let us celebrate instead the white woman who will no doubt “move on” with little thought of the true import of what she has done.

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