A sexual abuse scandal at a girls’ high school in Busan that has been making headlines nationwide continues to grow, as police investigations continue.
Busan Saha Police Station, which have investigating the sexual abuse incidents in a Busan girls’ high school, said the number of sexual violence victims perpetrated by two Korean teachers of the school was over 30 students.
One male teacher in his 50’s is suspected of inappropriately touching 29 female students buttocks, thighs and breasts, while a female teacher also in her 50’s, is accused of making sexual remarks and verbal abuse of seven students.
The police has been looking into the extent of the sexual crimes since last month and has confirmed that up to 36 girls have been sexually harassed by the two teachers.
The police have been investigating the two teachers as suspects on charges of sexual violation of minors and violation of the child welfare law.
Source: Busan eFM News
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