The Harvard senior who was barred from graduating next month and banned from campus—due to an alleged connection with the fatal shooting of a drug dealer at the school— has spoken out. According to the Post, sources say Chanequa Campbell helped swipe murder victim Justin Cosby into the dorm to sell drugs, but Campbell denies knowing him. She admits to knowing suspect shooter Jabrai Jordan Copney of New York—but only through Copney's girlfriend, Harvard senior Brittany Smith (who is allowed to graduate next month). Campbell, a Packer College Institute graduate who earned many scholarships, tells the Post, "I'm hurt and I'm confused. For me not to be graduating is frustrating. Harvard is doing this to me because I'm black, I'm poor and I'm from Brooklyn...I'm feeling I'm being scapegoated and I can't defend myself." Her lawyer adds that Harvard hasn't given a reason for banning his client from campus, "I've been practicing law for almost 17 years and have rarely come across someone as highly educated and articulate as Chanequa... What [Harvard has] done to Chanequa is equivalent to having your house foreclosed and losing your job on the same day."