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Posted at 5:48 PM ET, 03/ 3/2011

School worker accused of watching porn

By Robert Samuels

A Prince George's County public schools employee is being investigated for watching pornographic films on the job, according to a school spokeswoman.

The internal investigation involves a February incident in which several employees complained that an Information Technology employee was making boisterous noises while watching pornography on his work computer, according to a letter sent to members of the county's school board. Birgitt Brevard, schools spokeswoman, said the investigation is a personnel matter and she could not provide additional information.

"We take these allegations seriously and investigate as we would with all reports of this nature,'' she said.

By Robert Samuels  | March 3, 2011; 5:48 PM ET
 
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Horney bruva watchin' his sistas get down...

Posted by: rpcv84 | March 3, 2011 5:55 PM | Report abuse

PG County and "We take these allegations seriously and investigate as we would with all reports of this nature,''

You just can't make this stuff up.

Posted by: slim21 | March 3, 2011 7:12 PM | Report abuse


PG = Path to Greatness

Posted by: polecatx1 | March 3, 2011 7:34 PM | Report abuse

There is a lot of cover up within PGCPS. The said employee is still sitting tight without any consequences. This is a big joke.

Posted by: pgactivist | March 9, 2011 12:43 AM | Report abuse

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