EXCLUSIVE: Sisters speak out after alleged inappropriate behavior from teachers

LAS VEGAS - An enraged father is demanding answers after two of his daughters became victims of alleged inappropriate behavior committed by teachers.

Two teachers at Brown Junior High School in Henderson have been taken off the job, and one has been arrested.

The victims and their dad spoke exclusively with 8 News NOW, and they told us the latest incident happened Friday at Brown Junior High School. 

The Jensen sisters say they have dealt with vulgar comments, inappropriate touching, and crude behavior. It's what the girls describe as a bitter lesson about crossing the line.

"He put his hand right here and slid up and then grabbed my leg," said Kylie Jensen, Brown Middle School student.

Brittany Edney, 8 News NOW Reporter: "How did that make you feel?"
Kylie: "Like, weird.  Uncomfortable."

The 11-year-old said her substitute Spanish teacher crossed personal boundaries with her and her classmates.

"Sticking his tongue out; winking at us," Kylie said.

The Jensen family also went through a similar ordeal two months before Kylie's incident.

"I can't believe that it happened again, said Chad Jensen, father.
"Another teacher, at the same school; let alone, my other daughter."

In March, 47-year-old Jeffrey Schultz was arrested for indecent behavior toward three of his students at Brown Middle, and one of his alleged victims was 14-year-old Kendra Jensen; Kylie's sister.

She says Schultz asked them inappropriate questions.

According to Kendra, Schultz asked her and her friends, 'What kind of underwear do you guys wear underneath your leggings?'

"We looked at him, and he was like, 'do you wear thongs, regular or none?'  We just looked at him because we felt uncomfortable and didn't want to answer that question," Kendra said.

"First, it happened to my sister, and then it happened to me, Kylie said.  "It's ridiculous."

"I don't want her to go through the same thing," said Kendra.

"These are the people that we trust our kids with every day when we're at work; when we can't protect them, Chad Jensen said.  "We expect the schools to protect them."

No arrests were made in the alleged incident with the person teaching Kylie.  However, the Clark County School District says the man was removed from its pool of teachers.
   
 


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