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How Producers Tricked, Bribed and Filmed a Porno at a L.A. High School

In a story that sounds to ridiculous to be true, a Los Angeles school district suspends filming after finding out one of their high schools was used as a set for a porno.

According to an NBC4 investigation, reporters found that some film shoots disrupted classes and damaged school property. In addition, it was discovered producers paid cash to shoot scenes for the 2012 porno, Revenge of the Petites on Hamilton's campus and car wash scene, which included public nudity in front of the school's parking lot. Filming took two days in October 2011, according to documents obtained by NBC4. An unidentified official told NBC4 that had they known what the subject matter was, they would have never been allowed to film at Hamilton. In fact, the school district spokeswoman Shannon Haber said, "We immediately notified the production company that it was banned from ever using district facilities again. We also demanded that the company remove any and all images depicting the school or its students from the film," Haber said, according to NBC4. Revenge of the Petites Revenge of the Petites The Los Angeles Unified School District is temporarily suspending all commercial filming on all campuses on Thursday after it was reported that a porno was shot at Alexander Hamilton High School in 2011. "It is important that we ensure teaching and learning are not disrupted, and that all filming activity is appropriate for our schools," Los Angeles Unified Supt. Ramon C. Cortines said in a statement. "As an organization responsible for educating students, it is essential that we hold ourselves and our schools to a high standard." It begs the question why was a film crew allowed to film a movie while students were in class, let alone a porno? Well, according to THR, the L.A. Unified made nearly $10 million in the past five years from movies being shot at schools across the city. That money "has enabled our schools to fund programs and much-needed resources to improve the educational experience of their students," he said in an earlier statement to the media.

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