The students of Alexander Hamilton High School in the Berverlywood neighborhood of Los Angeles will likely spend the rest of their lives telling everyone that a porn film was shot at their high school.

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According to a report from NBC4 (which we saw via the Guardian), records show that the school was paid for two consecutive weekends in 2011 to serve as the backdrop for Revenge of the Petites. Filming on campuses of LA public schools is relatively common, according to records the practice has earned the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) nearly $10 million over the last five years.

But Revenge of the Petites isn’t your average high school movie. The 2012 movie is of the hot sorority girl genre, and a 2012 British GQ profile of the movie declared it part of the emerging genre of “Romance Porn.” The movie’s synopsis:

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“In Revenge Of The Petites, petite and nerdy Marie and her best friend, Skin, embark on their freshman year of college. Subjected to the taunts, teasing and practical jokes of the tall and beautiful girls of Theta House, her friends are left with no choice but to join a sorority for other petite girls. When one cruel practical joke by the girls of Theta House goes too far, the petites set out to get their revenge.”

Sounds very original.

According to NBC4’s investigation, a carwash scene was filmed in Hamilton High School’s parking lot and it obviously included nudity. Parents were upset at the time, but it seemed to go largely unnoticed. Well, unnoticed by everyone except the three 18-year-old boys who attended the film’s premiere because it was filmed at their high school. From GQ’s story:

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As they awkwardly posed with stars on the red carpet, one of the paps yelled, “Come on girls, give those boys a kiss!” They looked as if they were having the time of their lives. The schoolboys were, confusingly, being interviewed by the porn press like they were porn stars, so I asked one of them, “What kind of sex do you enjoy having most?” “I’m vanilla, you know, like normal,” he said, giggling. Then he pointed to his innocent, shy-looking buddy and announced to everyone, “He’s more into the weird, fetish stuff!” When I asked the third boy what kind of sex he enjoyed, he said, “Chocolate MILFs.”

Despite three giggling boys in a three-year-old GQ story, LAUSD is suddenly very concerned by the turn of events. A spokesperson told NBC4 that the production company, Amateur Teen Kingdom, “failed to comply with the terms of the filming agreement,” and that it had subsequently been “banned.” LAUSD also demanded that all images of the school and its students be scrubbed from the film.

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On Thursday, in response to the report, LAUSD ordered that all film shoots be suspended throughout the district until a thorough investigation had been conducted. By Friday, LAUSD declared the investigation over “satisfied that the use of our schools is appropriate at this time.” LAUSD must be really broke.

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