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Teacher investigated for allegedly showing porn film to students

November 29, 2011 | 11:35 am

A teacher at a Chula Vista high school is under investigation for allegedly showing a pornographic film to students on the final day of class last school year.

The teacher at Castle Park High is still employed at the school and has not been placed on a leave of absence, the San Diego Union-Tribune reported.

"We have done a preliminary investigation and have found no merit to it, but we are still investigating," Superintendent Ed Brand told the newspaper.

The principal at Castle Park has apparently been looking into the allegation for several weeks, the newspaper said, though district officials only became aware of the claim in early November.

Brand told the paper that students have been interviewed, but "I don't know the results of what those interviews are specifically."

The superintendent said that school officials examined a hard drive on a computer to see if they could turn up any evidence of pornographic material.

"There is nothing on it that we have found," he told the Union-Tribune. 

The investigation is expected to wrap up by week's end.

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