TBA Law Blog

Posted by: Katharine Heriges on Jun 13, 2019
Lawyers for Metro Nashville Public Schools are arguing that the circulation of videos of unwelcome sexual encounters — taken without the permission or knowledge of the high school girls depicted in them — does not rise to the level of sexual harassment, the Tennessean reports. The arguments were filed during an ongoing, multi-million dollar lawsuit against MNPS by four girls and their parents by attorneys with the Metro Legal Department. The girls say that on separate occasions, in different schools, they were each subject to unwanted sexual encounters that were videoed without their knowledge — a practice kids have nicknamed "exposing."