At Lake Belton Middle School in Belton, Texas, Temple police are currently holding an investigation in regards to illicit videos being shared amongst the students. Here's what we know at the time of writing.

Early Details Of The Investigation

According to FOX 44, the mother of the unnamed 13 year old daughter involved in the videos came to the school to report that the video was being in the school. According to the mother, the older sister reported that the video was going around the school, and that the daughter was involved in sexual relations with another unnamed 13 year old male student.

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The unidentified male student was a classmate of the daughter. The daughter reported to the officers that the video in question was filmed on January 20th. Police are now attempting to find out who began to share the video, and FOX 44 reports both the parents of the young male and female are looking to press charges on whomever willingly shared the video.

Larry Berg, Deputy Chief of The Belton Police, reported that school staff and officers are cooperating in the inquiry.

As this is a developing story, we will have more information when it becomes available.

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