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Teen arrested after video of tryst in classroom shared among classmates
BATON ROUGE - A high school student faces felony sex charges after deputies said the teenager recorded a tryst with his girlfriend in a classroom recently.
Deputies booked Jonathon Moss, 18, into jail on pornography involving juveniles and carnal knowledge of a juvenile charges. Both charges are felonies.
Deputies said Moss recorded his girlfriend, who is 14, performing oral sex on him in a classroom. Eventually, the video made its way to others who circulated it among students at the school. Some students turned copies over to the principal who called the sheriff's office.
The teenage girl said she agreed to being recorded and performing oral sex on Moss in the empty classroom during a lunch break but did not agree to having the video shared.
While arrest documents did not name the school, it listed the address of the alleged crime location as 800 E McKinley Street - the address of McKinley High School in Old South Baton Rouge.
A school district spokesperson said policy required the incident be reported to authorities.
"We are aware of a video being circulated which appears to depict two students engaged in inappropriate behavior on a school campus," a spokesperson said. "Due to student privacy laws, EBRPSS will not provide details regarding the students involved or any disciplinary actions. Student safety and supervision are of the utmost importance. Incidents such as this one are taken very seriously, and will be dealt with accordingly."
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