Wednesday, November 4, 2015

High School Accidentally Allows Adult film to be shot on Their Campus

NBC4 in Los Angeles just uncovered a dirty little secret about one of the city’s most well-known high schools. Apparently, Alexander Hamilton High School allowed producers onto campus to shoot “Revenge of the Petites,” an adult film that seems to be based on some sort of conflict between tall and short sorority girls.

The adult film was shot back in 2011, but was only uncovered after NBC4 conducted an investigation on the common practice of Los Angeles Unified School District schools allowing companies to film on their campuses as a way of bringing in extra money. In this particular case, the producers of “Revenge of the Petites” paid cash to shoot the film, which included public nudity in a car wash scene film in the school’s front parking lot.

School officials claim that had they known what “Revenge of the Petites” was about, they would never have allowed the production company to film at the school. NBC4 reports that the school district wasn’t even aware that the film was graphic content until a parent complained about the shoot.

The production company of the porn flick has been banned from using L.A. Unified facilities again and demanded to remove all images depicting the school or students from “Revenge of the Petites.” According to The Hollywood Reporter, L.A. Unified made almost $10 million over the past 5 years as a result of allowing films to be shot at its properties.

School district reps claim that the money has funded programs and secured resources vital to improving the educational experience of students. Former Alexander Hamilton students include Shia LaBeouf, Fiona Apple, and Nipsey Hussle.

This video was uploaded to YouTube by Complex

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