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Oklahoma high school students protest school's response to rape allegations

Hundreds of students at an Oklahoma high school walked out of classes Monday to protest how the administration has handled three sexual assault cases, Reuters reports.

Three Norman High School students have accused the same male classmate of sexual assault since September. One girl, who said she was raped, said the day she came back to school she was bullied by a group of students. All three girls have stopped attending Norman High.

The boy was suspended after reportedly posting a video of one of the incidents online. A school spokeswoman told Reuters the school handled the accusations swiftly.