Va. High School Students Accused of Taking ‘Upskirt’ Photos of Teachers

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LANHAM, Md. (WNEW) – Four students at T.C. Williams High School in Alexandria, Va., are suspected of using their cell phones to take an inappropriate video and photos of teachers.

The students have been accused of taking “upskirt” photos of teachers in two separate incidents in May, the Washington Post reports.

The first incident occurred during class on May 12. A student has admitted to taking a photo up the dress of a female teacher without her knowledge. Another student reported it to the school’s dean.

It happened again on May 15 when three students allegedly took photos and videos up another teacher’s skirt during class.

Several students encouraged a boy when he walked into the classroom to take a picture of their teacher from behind, telling him: “Photo, photo, photo.” A second student admitted to authorities that later in class, he held his phone under the teacher’s skirt and took a video, which was then deleted. He also said he handed his cell phone to a third student who took photos up the teacher’s skirt.

Another student also reported the incident to school administrators.

One student has been charged with unlawful photographing of non-consenting person, according to the Post.

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