Students of Dahl’s College of Beauty in Montana have recently filed a lawsuit against their beauty school after finding that they were being sexually harassed by administrators.
According to the lawsuit that was filed on August 14th, students paid almost $10,000 to go to the college where instructors subjected the students to tasks as horrible as pubic waxing.
The 17 students and some employees even claimed that instructors were “sleeping, surfing the internet, conducting business, failing to properly teach the curriculum, and improperly delegating their teaching and supervision duties to unqualified, unlicensed students”.
According to ABC News, an individual answered the phone but didn’t comment on the situation to the news station.
An individual who answered the phone at Dahl’s College of Beauty declined to comment to ABC News. And efforts to reach the individuals named in the suit were not immediately successful.
The lawsuit, which was filed at the United States District Court for the District of Montana, states, during the course of study, students were subjected to harassment by a instructor who was promoted to director.
The lawsuit also states that the instructor gave students duties such as “publicly exposing her genitals, exposing her buttocks and requesting that students examine a boil to see if it could be extracted, and requiring students to wax her pubic hair.”
The same trimmer that was used to wax the hairs was also then used to cut hair on customers.
This is a horrible situation and we hope that justice is served against the perpetrators.
Source: ABC News
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