Carrollton Georgia High School Senior Went On A Racist Rant About Black People And It Cost Them Their Graduation
Carrollton Georgia High School Senior Went On A Racist Rant

BHR HollyWood Reports............Stephanie Freeman and Jeffery Hume's racist video got them in lots of terrible.   AFTER A 50-SECOND TIKTOK VIDEO SHOWS THEM ACTING AS COOKING SHOW HOSTS MAKING A RECIPE FOR THE N-WORD THE TWO STUDENTS ARE RECEIVING DEATH THREATS.
According to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution was uploaded to social media platform TikTok last Thursday, went viral. By Friday, Carrollton City Schools, where the teenagers were students, said the two would not be allowed to graduate. Mark Albertus, the superintendent of Carrollton City Schools described the student’s behavior as “unacceptable” and added that it was “not representative of the district’s respect for all people.”
“The racist behavior observed in the video easily violates this standard,” Albertus said. “They are no longer students at Carrollton High School.” 
The two students, outed on Twitter as Stephanie Freeman and Jeffery Hume, were seniors and expected to graduate this year. A fellow classmate saw their video on TikTok and posted it to a wider audience on Twitter. The classmate captioned the video saying, “Okay I know this probably isn’t going to get a lot of views but I just thought I’d show everyone how racist the kids at my school are. The girl’s name is Stephanie Freeman and she’s a senior at Carrollton High School.
Stephanie Freeman and Jeffery Hume's 
Over the weekend, the suspected young woman included in the video laid blame on her boyfriend for the racist messages. “I want to apologize for the abhorrent video I posted,” an alleged Freeman wrote on her Instagram story. “I know in my heart how wrong it was. My BF is racist and he slowly normalized his racism on me. Still I should never have let him. I believe blacks are human too, made in the image of Christ. I have disappointed God and I want to apologize.”
The student also went on to ask people to stop harassing her and holding her accountable for her actions. “Please don’t contact my college,” she continued. “It’s my future and one mistake should not ruin a life. Also, please stop with the death threats. Again, I apologize sincerely.” Her partner in racist videos shared similar sentiments.
Carrolton High School Principal David Brooks began investigating the incident Thursday after the release of the video. He said, in Friday’s statement, that even if the video was recorded during after-school hours, it doesn’t offset the students’ responsibility to uphold a high standard of behavior.
“It is our priority to keep our schools safe, and there is no doubt this incident has caused significant tension at Carrollton High School, across the district, state and nation – even the world,” he said.
Albertus said he was “deeply disturbed by the overt racist tone” of the video and agreed with parents and others in the community who expressed outrage about its production. He said the school district considers its diverse student population a strength.
“This incident does not reflect the culture of Carrollton City Schools,” he said. “We are very proud of our diversity and so is our entire community. We don’t need to lose sight of this important attribute because of the actions of a few.”