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Principal Teaches Student About Porn

DETROIT, Mich. (WDIV/CNN)– A Michigan man is campaigning against his daughter’s high school principal, who he says taught his daughter about the pornography industry.

Steve Werner is so upset, he bought a trailer that says “Mrs. Jones taught my daughter about porn,” and he drives it all around town.

The controversy resulted from the 10th grader’s pirate girl Halloween costume, which the school deemed inappropriate. Werner said when his daughter was sent to the principal’s office, the principal gave her a detailed lesson about porn.

“She said, ‘honey, your outfit looks inappropriate. You look like a porn star’,” said Werner. “And she’s like, ‘what do you mean a porn star? What’s a porn star?’ She explained to her what it was.”

“My daughter was pretty shocked that her principal would explain to her what a porn star is and what a porn star does and about the pornography industry, and I thought it was wrong,” said Werner.

School leaders didn’t send the girl home; they just made her cover up the bows on her stockings.

“The principal should have just come clean and said, ‘hey, I made a mistake’,” said Werner. “I checked the costume, and it looked appropriate.”

A district spokesman released the following message:

“The principal has the obligation to ensure a positive learning environment. The conversation between the student, principal and counselor was in the context of addressing the disruption to the learning environment, the attire and the concern for the student.”

Werner said his message isn’t coming down soon.

“She wasn’t planning on going into porn, and the school don’t teach it, and they should keep it out of the school,” said Werner.

Werner says people on Facebook have even threatened to burn his trailer.

Meanwhile, the principal is getting some support from students at Utica High School in the form of a “Team Jones” banner hung in the hallway of the school.

(CNN)