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Drunk student, 21, arrested after a racist and homophobic tirade at a California university

A drunk student was arrested at a private California university after he launched into a racist and homophobic rant in class before destroying one of his peer’s laptop. 

Dayton Kingery, a 21-year-old from Connecticut, was detained by officers with the Orange Police Department at Chapman University on February 5.

According to videos that circulated across various social media platforms, Kingery had come into the class drunk and shouted obscenities at the private California school.

Shocking video shows Kingery sitting in the class, exclaiming he is drunk as he pulls a bright green water bottle out of his bag.

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Footage shows Kingery sitting in the class, exclaiming he is drunk as he pulls a bright green water bottle out of his bag

'Been drinking Bacardi all day n***a,' Kingery says, placing the bottle down before taking a swig

Shocking video shows 21-year-old Dayton Kingery launch into a racist and homophobic tirade after he arrived in class drunk at Chapman University

‘Been drinking Bacardi all day n***a,’ Kingery says, placing the bottle down before taking a swig. 

‘I f*****g hate n*****s,’ he asserts before declaring the racist statement again. 

As Kingery gets more riled up, his classmates can be heard telling him to chill. 

‘Got any n*****s in here,’ he asks, looking around to see if there are any black students in the class.

Another angle shows Kingery getting berated by his classmates as he continues making slurred comments. 

At one point, someone identifies Kingery and he threatens them. Kingery repeatedly calls peoplpe 'f****t' in the video

At one point, someone identifies Kingery and he threatens them. Kingery repeatedly calls peoplpe ‘f****t’ in the video

Kingery repeatedly called people 'f***t'

Another student gets in his face

Don’t say my name,’ he threatens. ‘You don’t know who I am guy. I’m not kidding. F*****g bury you I’m worth like $50million dollars’

At one point, someone identifies Kingery and he threatens them.   

Don’t say my name,’ he threatens. ‘You don’t know who I am guy. I’m not kidding. F*****g bury you I’m worth like $50million dollars.’

Kingery's LinkedIn page has since been deleted

Kingery’s LinkedIn page has since been deleted

 

Kingery goes up to a peer and touches the student, prompting the classmate to jump up and tell him off. 

Kingery repeatedly uses ‘fa***t’ when talking about the students, prompting them to escort him out of the room.

A camera person can be seen grabbing a bag believed to be Kingery’s as he can be heard asking for it. 

As they all get out of the room, a student throws a different bag at Kingery. Kingery relishes in the bag not being his before tossing it down the hall and stomping on it repeatedly. 

‘It’s not my backpack you fucking faggot,’ Kingery shouts. 

Officers with the OPD can then be seen carrying Kingery out to their squad car. The drunk man is hog tied as he is carried to the vehicle. A bag is said to be over his face. 

When he is kicked out the room, Kingery repeatedly stomps on a student's laptop bag

When he is kicked out the room, Kingery repeatedly stomps on a student’s laptop bag 

Officers with the OPD can then be seen carrying Kingery out to their squad car. The drunk man is hog tied as he is carried to the vehicle. A bag is said to be over his face

Officers with the OPD can then be seen carrying Kingery out to their squad car. The drunk man is hog tied as he is carried to the vehicle. A bag is said to be over his face

In a letter to students, faculty and the university, school president Daniele Struppa shared that ‘appropriate legal and disciplinary processes are being implemented.’ 

‘We are also taking strong interim action to ensure the safety of the classroom involved as well as campus housing,’ she added in the letter, also shared to the school’s Twitter.

‘I also want to extend my deepest apologies to the Black and LGBTQIA communities who were specifically targeted during today’s incident.’ 

In a letter to students, faculty and the university, school president Daniele Struppa shared that 'appropriate legal and disciplinary processes are being implemented.'

In a letter to students, faculty and the university, school president Daniele Struppa shared that ‘appropriate legal and disciplinary processes are being implemented.’

'We are also taking strong interim action to ensure the safety of the classroom involved as well as campus housing,' she added in the letter, also shared to the school's Twitter

‘We are also taking strong interim action to ensure the safety of the classroom involved as well as campus housing,’ she added in the letter, also shared to the school’s Twitter

Sergeant Phil McMullin of the OPD told student paper The Panther that Kingery was charged with felony assault, vandalism and for not cooperating with officers. McMullin did not name Kingery.

McMullin shared that officers were called to the scene at 11.34am by Chapman’s Public Safety on the west side of Beckman Hall. OPD left with the student at 1.24pm.

Kingery, who identifies as a Republican, is a Connecticut native who attended the exclusive Brunswick School college-preparatory school for boys in Greenwich. The school has a hefty price tag of $44,510 a year. 

Kingery’s father owns two car dealerships in New York.

Kingery, who identifies as a Republican, is a Connecticut native who attended the exclusive Brunswick School college-preparatory school for boys in Greenwich. The school has a hefty price tag of $44,510 a year

Kingery, who identifies as a Republican, is a Connecticut native who attended the exclusive Brunswick School college-preparatory school for boys in Greenwich. The school has a hefty price tag of $44,510 a year



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