WATCH: Hazard High School Kentucky Lap Dances Video Viral On Social Media: The statement released by the superintendent of Hazard Independent Schools in which they stated “Suitable disciplinary action has been taken” after images surfaced online which are showing pupils giving lap dances to staff while wearing scant clothing Tuesday as part of the homecoming week festivities of Hazard High School which is in Eastern Kentucky. Staff and students took part in a “Costume Day” and “Man Pageant” on Tuesday, as per the Facebook page of Hazard High School. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Hazard High School Kentucky Lap Dances Video
Images that were afterward taken down from the Facebook page of the athletics department viewed pupils in underclothing giving lap dances to staff and faculty, including Hazard High School Principal Donald “Happy” Mobelini, who is also the mayor of the Perry County City. Other images on the athletics Facebook page that also were removed from the Facebook page showed female students dressed up in the outfits of “Hooters” and pupils and staff coming out to paddle one another.
What Is Exactly Happening At Hazard High School?
After the photos surfaced online it was receiving backlashes and Superintendent Disciplinary action was taken over the homecoming photos of Hazard High. The mayor and principal, Mobelini, did not instantly return a request for comment on Wednesday.
On Tuesday, Nema Brewer, the co-founder of education advocacy group KY 120 United wrote “Um. Exactly what is going on here, why all? Common Hazard.” She wrote this on Tuesday night in a tweet that viewed the photos of the lap dance. “Get it together.”
Lap Dances Photos of Hazard High School Directs To “Discipline”
Superintendent of Hazard Independent Schools, Sondra Combs informed The Courier-Journal the district “has a tradition of academics and excellence and everything we do, but the incident is being investigated and once the investigation is going to complete, an absolute and appropriate action will surely be taken against them.”
She stated in the later statement that the district had handed down punishments but is “not permitted to reveal any further information regarding the specifies of the disciplines” as it is a “personnel matter”.
Toni Konz Tatman, the spokeswoman of the Kentucky Department Of Education stated that the department is “not aware of what took place in Hazard Independent Schools” and has “been in contact with the Superintendent, who has let us know that the incident is already under the investigation.