WLT reported on the breaking investigation into Kentucky’s Hazard High School for hosting a raunchy male pageant during homecoming week.
But the situation has gone from bad to worse for Hazard High School faculty & staff.
The latest reports indicate this wasn’t the first male pageant hosted at the school.
Footage has surfaced from multiple past events and casts a darker light on Hazard High.
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This first clip was from the 2017 homecoming.
It shows a male dressed like a female giving other students a lap dance:
This 2020 clip shows a male student dressed like a female giving a dance for Principal Mobelini.
Other graphic images surfaced from previous male pageants:
That means Hazard High School hosted the pedophiliac pageant in 2017, 2020, and 2021.
It’s essentially an annual event.
The faculty & staff obviously know about the male pageant.
Yet, the students received all the blame.
Principal Happy Mobelini deserves the most attention in this investigation.
He’s spotted in pictures and videos from multiple male pageants.
Footage shows the principal and mayor receiving lap dances from students.
And it’s not the only controversial incident surrounding Mobelini.
Will any disciplinary action be taken against the faculty and staff of Hazard High School?
And will law enforcement make any arrests?
The Post Millennial reported:
Hazard High School came under fire yesterday when photos from this year’s Man Pageant homecoming event went onto the school’s athletics Facebook Page.
Teenage male students in skimpy outfits were seen giving staff, including Mobelini, lap dances.
Sondra Combs, superintendent of the Hazard Independent School District, issued a statement on the matter, apologizing for “the light hearted event [that] simply got out of hand.” Combs stated that she initiated an investigation into the matter after concerns were raised to her regarding the Facebook post.
“While Homecoming is an annual tradition, there has never been any issued raised prior to this year,” Combs stated.
She said that disciplinary action had been taken once the investigation completed, but could not comment specifically due to it being a personnel matter.
She also noted that a “student activity will be developed to review all student led activities, which should prevent such skits from being performed in the future.”