Center faculty principal investigated for allegedly telling pupils not to report sexual assaults

HUNTINGTON, WV (WOWK) – A middle faculty principal in West Virginia is underneath investigation right after remaining accused of telling woman students not to report undesirable sexual conduct if they gown suggestively.

Two learners and other people at the Cabell County Universities Board Meeting on April 5 created allegations that the principal at Huntington East Middle Faculty, De Morrow-Perry, took girls into the cafeteria of Huntington East Center University on April 1 to speak to them about the dress code.

The pupils went on to say that Morrow-Perry instructed them not to put on pajamas, crop tops and ripped jeans, and not to exhibit their shoulders mainly because “boys are likely to touch [them] and joke about touching [them].”

They say she informed them that if they did get touched inappropriately as a result of wearing a particular product of apparel, to not inform school officers for the reason that the faculty will “do practically nothing about it.”

Jedd Flowers, the director of communications with Cabell County Schools, claimed the faculty district is conscious of the allegations and released an investigation on April 4.

He said that the faculty board will take all allegations significantly.

Flowers mentioned Morrow-Perry has been place on a a few-working day unpaid suspension, but claimed it was not linked to these allegations.