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Oct 23, 2011 6 Comments ›› Pat Dollard

“I know your deepest secret fear.” – Jim Morrison

If it ever comes out that anybody with any one of these companies knowingly left, or contributed to leaving, these tapes on their website, then that company is done, as it will knowingly have profited from the distribution, display and sale of child pornography.

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CBS BALTIMORE (WJZ) — A sex tape recorded on Baltimore City school property has spread all over the Internet. The father of the 14-year-old girl involved was so upset he contacted WJZ.

Baltimore City police are investigating a video that’s gone viral. It involves a 14-year-old girl whose father says she had no idea it was all over the Internet.

“She was forced to do this. She was bullied, harassed into doing this,” said her father, who was not identified.

The father of the girl involved said his daughter didn’t know she was being taped. Now he wants to know why Facebook, Twitter and YouTube allowed it to remain posted for four days.

Although it’s considered child pornography, millions of people have watched the video around the world.

“I don’t think this little girl should have did what she did, but she did it. I don’t think this little boy should have got what he got, but he got it, and now what are we going to do about it?”

The child’s devastated father spoke exclusively to WJZ and said his daughter had to transfer to another school.

“It hurts a lot of people– not just her, not just her reputation– but also her family.”

And there’s an ongoing investigation in Baltimore County, where police have charged three young people with having sex in the auditorium at Milford Mill Academy during class. Detectives believe the encounter was taped and shared.

“If they’re doing this kind of behavior, I think these are children in need of treatment or help in some manner, shape or form,” Child Psychologist Dr. James Dasinger said.

It’s unclear at this time if the students involved have received any punishment from their schools.

The students in the Milford Mill case are charged with indecent exposure and performing a perverted sex act.