Henrico Police confirmed they are now investigating an inappropriate video of Short Pump middle school football players simulating sex acts over racist rants in the locker room, to determine whether any charges should be filed. Now several community groups are speaking out in response. Mental health advocates are calling for the children involved to get help for the trauma an event like this can cause. Some community groups are calling for the feds to step in.
Henrico police are now investigating a video posted on social media showing middle school students simulating sex and shouting racially insensitive remarks. Parents are angry over the video. A Short Pump student recording posted on Snapchat now finds school leaders taking action after black students were allegedly pinned down by other students in the locker room. The incident happened Friday before practice, and one of the players pinned to the ground skipped practice after the incident.
Henrico parents are angry over a video posted on social media showing middle school students simulating sex and shouting racially insensitive remarks. A Short Pump student recording posted on Snapchat now finds school leaders taking action after black students were allegedly pinned down by other students in the locker room. "What’s up with you and the blacks?" said one student in the video. The video starts with text that asks "Ever wonder what happens in the football locker room?"
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