CONCORD (CBS SF) — A Concord high school administrator was the victim in a scandal Monday after a nude video illegally taken by a student inside a locker room at a private club was distributed on social media.
Outside Clayton Valley Charter High School, Monday afternoon, confused parents approached KPIX 5 cameras waiving suspension slips for their children looking for answers.READ MORE: UPDATE: Fremont Sexual Assault Suspect Now Charged in 3rd Case; Additional Victims Sought
The teens are accused of distributing a nude photo still from a video of Clayton Valley Charter High School Executive Director David Lindzey. The video was taken in an off-campus locker room at a private club in Walnut Creek.
One parent confirmed that her daughter was in trouble for sharing the photo with friends, but not for taking it.
Parents said they were not getting much information from administrators. They feel as though their students were being singled out.
“You cannot tell me out of all the kids here at school, only five sent it to somebody,” said one parent.READ MORE: A Surprise Hit, Filipino-Theme Home Movie Filmed in Daly City Spawns Sequel
“Right around fourth period, everyone had it on their phone,” said student Jacob Aviola, whose sister was suspended for five days for having the picture on her phone.
Most students agree sending the picture was wrong, but they’re worried about the lack of information coming out of the main office.
“We’re just worried about our rights as students,” said one teen who attends Clayton Valley High.
School administrators declined to go on camera, but the schools Operations Director Alison Bacigalupo released a statement.
“CVCHS takes disciplinary issues seriously and we never comment publicly on any specific matter related to our students,” the statement read. “We would encourage the media to respect the privacy of our students and to recognize that discipline is always confidential.”MORE NEWS: COVID Reopening: East Bay Moviegoers Carefully Step Back Into Theaters
KPIX 5 reached out to the Contra Costa County Sheriff’s office to inquire whether any of the students might be facing criminal charges, but there was no response as of 5 p.m.