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ACLJ Attorney Says Nevada Student Felt She Had to Perform Pornographic Monologue in Class


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A Las Vegas, Nevada area school teacher stands accused of forcing a 15-year-old girl to recite a pornographic monologue in front of her entire class, and the school reportedly covered it up. 

That's the allegation in the lawsuit brought by the American Center for Law and Justice which filed a suit this week over the incident that happened last year.

The ACLJ filed the suit in federal court against the Clark County School District.

Appearing on this week's episode of The Global Lane, ACLJ attorney Ben Sisney says the female student felt she had to comply because the obscene monologue was a graded assignment.

"This wasn't some voluntary project or something on the side. This was a teacher in a trusted position of authority, and a teacher this student particularly liked and trusted," Sisney said. "Presenting this assignment to the student. It's a graded assignment and consequences for refusing to perform it."

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READ: ACLJ Joins Legal Fight on Behalf of Nevada Student Forced to Perform Pornographic Script

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