Oprah School Scandal
The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy for Girls is a boarding school just for girls in South Africa. In January 2007, Oprah school was formally opened at Henley-on-Klip, south of Johannesburg, in Meyerton, South Africa.
Enthused by her own lowly initial stages and destitute environment, Oprah Winfrey acknowledged that she instituted a leadership school to offer didactic and leadership options for intelligibly gifted girls from underprivileged backgrounds of South Africa.
This Oprah school was also established to buff up those hardworking and intellectual girls who divulged their leadership abilities for making a difference throughout the entire world.
Oprah Winfrey's boarding school for girls of South African has been astounded by its second sex scandal within 2 years. In this Oprah school scandal 7 students of The Oprah Winfrey Leadership Academy were suspended for sexually harassing their school fellows.
This Oprah school scandal appears about 10 months after fifteen girl students reported when they had been sexually abused by a mentor who was supposed to be overseeing them.
As a fact Oprah Winfrey opened her Oprah school by expending around $46 million just to facilitate high performing girls from disadvantaged families of South African. At Oprah school all students were offered free tuition, books and uniforms along with rooms and board.
According to Fox News, in Oprah school scandal, a female employee was charged of different episodes of physical and sexual abuse against the Oprah students. The woman, suspected to Oprah school scandal captured a girl by her throat and dragged her against a brick wall, has since been dismissed from the school.
Other charges on her claim that she swore and squealed at the students, beaten them and had sexually fondled some of them.
Oprah, the owner of school met with different school's executives together with special investigators and held a three-hour meeting with the parents of her school students, who were approached to Johannesburg from all over South Africa.
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