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AURORA, Colo. — Parents who want to see surveillance video showing roughhousing and a possible sexual hazing on the Hinkley High School bus last month will be allowed to see it after all, the Aurora Public School District said Thursday.
The announcement reverses the school district’s earlier decision to withhold the evidence from parents of students who were suspended for the incident.
Denver police are investigating the incident as a misdemeanor sex crime and misdemeanor harassment.
The alleged hazing occurred on Sept. 25 as the boys soccer team was coming back from a game with Arvada West.
Hinkley students say the incident involved “teabagging” or placing one’s genitals on another person’s face.
Some students told the Aurora Sentinel that one soccer player was held down by others in the back of the bus while another student exposed himself and put his genitals on the victim’s face.
On student who has been suspended told the newspaper that that’s not entirely true because it didn’t involve “skin.” Full story.