NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Claims of sex in schools and child pornography on social media led to a multi-million dollar lawsuit against Metro Nashville Public Schools.
The lawyers for these two victims said their cases should be a concern for every parent. The lawsuits contained allegations of recording of sex acts in the schools and then the dissemination of what is child pornography.
Lawyers said the young girls were victims of a game nicknamed "Exposing" and the schools did nothing about it.
"There's no shame and no punishment," said attorney Stephen Crofford.
He and co-counsel Mary Parker said male students have bee doing something bad in some Metro schools.
"They call it exposing. They take these girls and video tape sexual activity and then they disseminate it at the schools and then online and it's called this name ... it's so prevalent they given it a name -- exposing," said Parker.
"The emotional impact on them is horrible. They are shamed and dropped out of school," said Crofford.