By Charlotte Alter
October 10, 2015

The Los Angeles School District has suspended all commercial shooting on its campuses after a news investigation found evidence of class disruption and inappropriate usage, including that a porn movie had been shot on campus in 2011.

A recent NBC4 investigation found that the School District makes about $2 million each year by allowing production companies to use their campuses to shoot movies, but productions can sometimes damage property or make students late for class. And in 2011, producers of the porn film Revenge of the Petites paid cash to be allowed to shoot on campus for two consecutive Saturdays, a shoot which included public nudity in a high school parking lot. School officials said they were not aware of the film’s content.

Other shoots include a music video for CharliXCX’s “Break the Rules,” with lyrics about why the artist wants to do drugs instead of going to school.

Film shoots can disrupt class, cancel sports practice, and even interrupt the entire school’s schedule by silencing the bells, NBC4 found. Sometimes teachers can’t park and students are made late to class because of film crews.

“It is important that we ensure teaching and learning are not disrupted, and that all filming activity is appropriate for our schools,” Superintendent Ramon Cortines said in a statement. “As an organization responsible for educating students, it is essential that we hold ourselves and our schools to a high standard.”

[NBC4]

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