Two child s_ex videos have been doing the rounds at high schools in Cape Town. But the two Mitchell’s Plain schools implicated in the child po_rn scandal deny any involvement.
One of the videos is believed to have been filmed in a principal’s office.
A mother, who approached the Daily Voice, said she got the shock of her life when her teenage daughter showed her a s_ex video on her cellphone.
The one-minute clip, which has been shared on WhatsApp for more than two weeks, shows a girl in school uniform having s_ex with an adult man on a desk in an office.
The daughter told her mom she knew the girl, a 15-year-old, and that the video was shot in the principal’s office.
She said the man worked as the school’s security guard.
The upset mother said: “This is clearly a grown man using a school child for s_ex. What is this world coming to? Our girls are drawn in by promises of money, drugs and protection or they sell their bodies for the next (drug) hit.”
In another s_ex video which surfaced in the same week, a 13-year-old girl can be seen having s_ex with four boys.
According to the mother, these videos were posted on the internet and have been circulating among high school learners.
The principal at the first school confirmed that he was aware of both s_ex videos.
He insisted that the video involving the 15-year-old was not filmed at the school, as claimed by the mother.
“The tie [the girl is wearing] for one, is not our school’s. The stripes are different. The video was shown around school and we investigated it. The girl is not a learner here,” he said.
But he admitted that the 13-year-old girl in the other clip did attend his school.
“The learner approached our school counsellor for assistance for an incident which occurred outside the school. Yes, she is a student here, but no, the incident did not take place on the school premises,” the principal said.
The second school the Daily Voice approached said they also did an investigation, but found no one at the school was involved.
A spokesperson said: “The girl is not a student at our school, this incident did not happen here.”
SAPS spokesperson Colonel Andre Traut said: “My advice is for parents to report these kind of videos to the police immediately for investigation so that they can be dealt with immediately.”
Source : iol