The undercover journalist heard a detailed account from Imran Rasti, who also serves as an English teacher at the school, of how he sees the female students in his class. He claimed that students intentionally spread their legs and show their panties to him.
"Every day there's different panties on," Rasti said, "Green, black, white, and they make sure. And it's like they talk to each other, the three of them do that." He said he was guessing, before going on to say that "they open their legs wide open and I am teaching and I see what I see."
"And they make sure that the panties positioned in a way that I actually see the thing." He gestured with his hand.
"Like on this they do these days, they sit down in front of me, they purposefully sit here somewhere in the class that is completely directly in front of me, they spread their legs wide open and that's just brutal, brutal," he continued.
When asked what he could see besides the girls' panties, he said "I can see the side of the p*ssy." He said he tries to control himself, but that he will be teaching, and he will look down, and see between the girls' legs, that they wear short skirts and that their panties are "inserted."
"It's very hard. I mean literally and figuratively," he told the reporter. Rasti said that this makes it very hard to concentrate.
He also spoke about imaging when the 7th graders have sex, which he said is "interesting" for someone like him, who has "been in and out of relationships" during his life.
Project Veritas founder James O'Keefe explained that Rasti was "Born and raised in Iran. He's a middle school English teacher at Green farms Academy as well as the seventh grade Dean and the director of the private schools Writing Center. He met up with our journalist instead of discussing curriculum at the school, he chose to describe his adolescent female students in a graphic sexual manner for nearly two hours."
The middle school costs $48,770 per year to attend.
O'Keefe said that the Project Veritas team wasn't sure that the account was a fantasy or reality, but sat down with Rasti a second time to get more details about what was going on.
Rasti said he hasn't had sexual relations with his students, but that he could perhaps make an exception to that rule, and that he did so as a college professor.
Project Veritas reported that the school told them: "We are placing the employee on leave and we'll be properly investigating this matter and taking appropriate action."
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