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LAS VEGAS DURANGO HIGH SCHOOL GIRL STRIPPED DOWN TO HER UNDERWEAR IN FRONT OF LOCKERS AND LET MALE STUDENTS TAKE PICTURES

Shameful: Male students crowd around a girl to take pictures of her stripped down to her underwear while in school

Students take picture of girl who stripped in Las Vegas high school then put  the photo online

  • The girl stripped her clothes off down to  her underwear in front of a row lockers on the school’s second  floor
  • Male students crowded around to take  pictures and upload online
  • Fellow students’ reactions to the stunt  were mixed
  • It is not clear if the students involved  will face any disciplinary

By  Ryan Gorman Daily Mail PUBLISHED:  11 October 2013

Students at a Las Vegas high school are in  trouble after pictures of a female student stripped down to her underwear in  front of a row of lockers was passed around Twitter earlier this  week.

Holding clothes to her face, the girl is seen  in just her bra and panties as male students circle around her taking pictures.  Uploaded to Twitter Tuesday, the shots soon became the talk of the  school.

Early indications that the girl was a special  education student were quickly shot down by students speaking to local  media.

Shameful: Male students crowd around a girl to take pictures of her stripped down to her underwear while in schoolShameful: Male students crowd around a girl to take  pictures of her stripped down to her underwear while in school

 

Aside from a prepared statement, school  officials haven’t said much about the incident, and there are no indications how  they are handling the students involved.

‘Everybody was talking about it. We saw it  and said, ‘What’s this?’ Durango student Amber Kjan asked Fox 5.

Opinions about the photo were generally  negative, at least on camera.

‘I think it’s embarrassing for the girl and  her whole family, because she has a picture of her online, stripped and almost  bare naked,’ Student Nate Lopez told Fox 5.

The impromptu photo shoot took place Tuesday  in an upstairs hallway, students told the station. The picture takers haven’t  been publicly named.

Mum: School administrators are playing their investigation into the incident close to the vestMum: School administrators are playing their  investigation into the incident close to the vest

 

As to the notion the girl was a special needs  student, her fellow classmates put that to bed rather handily – one even blamed  her for encouraging the students to take the photos.

‘She is not mentally challenged at all,’  another student said. ‘She is a perfectly normal girl who decided to make a bad  decision.’

At first, everyone is making it seem like she  is ‘special ed,’ but she is really not,’ Ms Kjan told Fox 5. ‘Then, they said  that the guys made her do it on purpose, but I feel it’s her fault.’

Another student told the station she saw it  as bullying.

‘I think it’s really wrong,’ said Brooke  Behnen. ‘It’s bullying and I have a big problem with bullying because I’ve been  through it myself and I know what it feels like.’

Michele Behnen, Brooke Behnen’s mother,  voiced her displeasure with students, and social media as a whole, to Fox  5.

‘It breaks my heart that kids do this to  other kids,’ Michele Behnen said. ‘I hate the whole social media outlet. I’m  totally against it and it’s shameful.’

Not special needs: Early rumors the girl pictured is a special needs student were immediately shot down by multiple studentsNot special needs: Early rumors the girl pictured is a  special needs student were immediately shot down by multiple students

 

The only public remarks made by the school  district came via a prepared statement.

‘Please be advised that the Durango  administration is actively investigating a social media issue involving several  of our students. Safety and protection of our students is our highest priority  and this matter has our full attention. Kindly remind your child that cyber  bullying and harassment are serious issues that will not be  tolerated.’

Though all students involved, including the  female, were seen by students in the principal’s office Wednesday, it is not  clear if any disciplinary action has been taken.

A Clark County School District  spokesperson  told MailOnline that ‘an investigation is ongoing’ and  punishments will be  administered if a violation of rules has been  discovered. When further pressed,  the spokesperson deferred to the above statement.

 

 

 

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