Outraged parents and students protested after a Massachusetts high school allowed a student to return to class after he posted inappropriate photographs of his female schoolmates on social media.
Protesters said that students didn’t feel safe at Westfield High School after the student was suspended for posting 200 of these photographs, but was allowed back to class after his punishment.
“They were very inappropriate pictures, some were taken at beach day, some were taken inside of the classroom, mostly pictures of their backsides,” said Lisa Auffrey, a parent of a Wakefield student, to WBZ-TV. “This has been emotionally taxing for them. It has been a huge disruption.”
The hundreds of photographs were posted to the Discord social media platform where the student encouraged others to rank the girls and even sold some of the images.
“These pictures were taken without their consent, they didn’t even know what was going on,” said Robert Imbriano, another parent. “From the beginning, it was very traumatic for my daughter.” (Read more from “Parents Protest After Student Who Posted ‘Up-Skirt’ Photos of Female Schoolmates Is Allowed to Return to Class” HERE)
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