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Chrisland School Sex Scandal: CCTV of Dubai hotel shows no signs of rape

Last Monday, a video went viral in which five students of Chrisland School, Nigeria, were seen indulging in sexual violation which attracted wide criticism from the public.

Last Monday, a video went viral in which five students of Chrisland School, Nigeria, were seen indulging in sexual violation which attracted wide criticism from the public.

The alleged scandal took place when Chrisland School was in Dubai in March to participate in the World School Games, a four-day annual competition with schools from worldwide.

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The mother of a 10-year-old minor who was in a sex tape made during a school trip to Dubai has said that the boys were on drugs and her daughter was dying in silence due to several threats. She alleged that she had been gang raped by the boys.

As per her statement, “When I asked my daughter to tell me what actually happened? She said they went out to have breakfast, and one of the boys asked her to lend him the phone charger.

“Then in the evening, after dinner, the boy called her room and said she can come and take back her charger.”

“She then went there, and one of the boys told her to take her charger from the bathroom. They gave her a substance deliberately and after it she didn’t know what she was doing.”

“They told her to be jumping on them, and someone was making a video and posting it out.”

Meanwhile, while telling the school’s role in the whole sex saga, the woman alleged that the school interrogated and forced her daughter to do pregnancy tests three times without the parents’ consent.

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The CCTV footage of what exactly happened in the Dubai hotel has been released and also been shown to the parents of the pupils involved in a viral video in which underage students of Chrisland Schools were engaged during a school trip.

Reports show that a social media user, Adaure, who said he knew about the whole case, revealed that the school knew about the entire incident before they left Dubai.

This was also confirmed by the parent of a student who visits the same school. As per Adaure, the footage of all that happened in the Dubai hotel where the team had stayed during their visit had been made available to the parents and other stakeholders.

She further stated, “I will keep it at these points only and will not say more. The girls and boys were not kept in the same room. They were on different floors, and there were three students in each room.”

“The incident took place in March this year while the students were for a competition in Dubai. Chrisland has CCTV footage of everything that took place at the hotel. The parents have also seen the footage. The CCTV also showed that teachers took turns checking on them during the night.”

As per the information, she had sex with just that boy, no other boy; she said this herself in the interrogation. Her parents were also presnet, with the authorities present in that panel.

“A boy was seen sleeping in that video; that boy was reported saying the boy and girl are doing nonsense in his room.”

“When they came to alert her, she responded, “what, it’s just sex. I am a big girl.”

“There is nothing in the videos they have that it revealed the girl being involved with another boy.”

“During the meeting, the kids verified that it was just she and the boy, including the girl. Their parents were there, including her mother. There is also no trace of drugs or giving her any substance.”

“The children made the video for the sake of entertainment to be shared amongst themselves until somebody leaked it online.”

Tariq Saeed

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