Clayton County schools is investigating after a child pornography was allegedly found on a tablet. (Credit: Channel 2 Action News)

Tablet had child pornography, students at Clayton County school say 

Clayton County middle school students say they found a video of their history teacher’s 6-year-old child performing explicit, illegal sex acts, Channel 2 Action News reported.

The Babb Middle School teacher has not been in the classroom since the incident was reported Friday, the news station reported. The school is located in Forest Park. 

RELATED: Cobb mother says she reported ex-wrestling coach to police 6 years ago

RELATED: Teacher allegedly made racial remarks while touching student inappropriately

RELATED: Ex-teacher accused of having relationship with student

According to Channel 2, the teacher passed out tablets during class for the students to work on. That’s when one of the students alleged they discovered a video of the teacher’s child performing a sex act. 

The principal was allegedly notified after three class periods had watched the video. One parent told Channel 2 several pornography sites were found in the tablet’s history. 

Students at a Clayton County middle school say they found disturbing images on a tablet they use for learning, and now the district is investigating their teacher.
Video: www.accessatlanta.com

Some parents say no one has notified them of the allegations . 

“Nothing has came home regarding this information,” parent Shannon Robinson told Channel 2. “This is the first I'm hearing about it and I'm very upset about this.”

The Division of Family and Children Services removed the teacher’s children from her home, the station reported. The teacher has not been identified. 

Clayton County Public Schools spokeswoman Jada Dawkins confirmed the district is investigating the allegations. 

Support real journalism. Support local journalism. Subscribe to The Atlanta Journal-Constitution today. See offers.

Your subscription to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution funds in-depth reporting and investigations that keep you informed. Thank you for supporting real journalism.

Related Stories