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Teacher sent home after her ‘sex tape’ is sent to 200 students using AirDrop
February 23, 2022
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A personal sex tape of a female teacher in the US has been sent to mobile phones of 200 students.
An investigation is now under way to establish how the videos were sent to the students’ mobile phones at a school in Cleveland, Ohio, on February 7.
The teacher at Ginn Academy, who has not yet been named as no charges have been filed, has not been disciplined by the school but she has been sent home for now on paid leave.
The FOX 8 I-Team says an investigation into the sex video started after they were made aware of it somehow being sent from the phone of the teacher following a report by the school’s principal.
The Cleveland Police Sex Crimes Unit is investigating and confirm the case involves at least one “inappropriate video” on a teacher’s phone that was sent to as many as 200 students.
A report reveals that “4-5” videos were sent but does not reveal the content of those recordings.
However, multiple law enforcement sources confirmed to Fox that at least one does involve some kind of sex tape.
Speaking to Fox, parent Ken Trump said: “As a parent it is appalling. It makes you just feel a jab, a punch in the gut especially when you are an authority figure and role model around children.”
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Fox says the Cleveland Metropolitan School District issued a statement saying, in part, “The teacher has been removed from the building and is not working with students pending the outcome of an investigation.”
It is understood the recordings were transferred from one phone to the many student phones using AirDrop or a similar app.
Mr Trump added: “It doesn't matter how the video is shared. The video should not have been there and accessible to kids in any form in the first place.”
Police say the investigation is currently ongoing with no charges made so far.