In March of 2021, a group of girls from an unnamed high school in California came to the school’s principal, who was visiting with his sister and her family.
The principal told them to wait in a room until after school, but when he returned, he found a room filled with a young woman with an open, throbbing penis, a nurse said in court documents.
The girl told police that she was wearing only a top and underwear, according to a criminal complaint.
The nurse, who also works at the school, testified that the girl “gave her best description of what she had been up to that night,” and that she told her, “It’s not a big deal.”
The nurse said the girl told her that she wanted to have intercourse with the monster, and that the nurse had told her to keep her mouth shut, according a statement from the school district.
The woman told police she had to tell her classmates that she had had sex with the creature because “she would be going to jail,” according to the complaint.
When the nurse asked the girl if she wanted help to get out of the room, the girl said she didn’t have the money for an ambulance, according the statement.
The school district declined to comment.
The students had been planning to go on a date to a party, but they didn’t know that the monster had been in the room that night.
A month later, on April 18, 2021, the nurse returned to the room to make sure everything was OK, the criminal complaint says.
When she got to the bed, she noticed the girl’s penis was hanging down.
She said, “Are you sure you’re not going to ejaculate?”
The girl said no, the complaint says, and the nurse took her to the ER, where she told staff that she hadn’t ejaculated, but “it was definitely on the edge.”
The student’s penis, she told the nurse, “felt like a bullet,” the complaint states.
The staff was “extremely confused,” the nurse said, and “were unable to figure out how to tell us about the monster’s penis.”
The girl also told her mother, who called 911, the court documents say.
She told police her mother told her she needed to get medical attention for the monster and that her daughter had told the truth, the school statement says.
The incident led to a student who later graduated from the high school to tell a reporter that the school had never treated a girl who had had a sexual encounter with a beast as a “monster,” the court document says.
A few days later, the student told her friends and family about the incident, and they started to cry.
The student said she wanted her mother to “say something” to the principal, but she had no idea what she could do.
The next day, a student called the school to report the incident to the nurse and the principal.
The two women went to a different room, and when the nurse tried to get the student to tell them what happened, she said the student wouldn’t cooperate, the statement says, adding that the student’s mother called police and the school was contacted.
The campus police department interviewed the nurse in the ER and her partner, who told investigators that the nurses’ explanation of the incident was “nonsense,” according the court statement.
In a statement to the Los Angeles Times, the principal said he was “very disappointed” in the nurse’s response, but that he and the two other women did their best to help the student and to ensure the student “got a fair and appropriate treatment” of the monster.
The investigation of the nurse is still ongoing, and a report will be released to the district’s board of directors, the district says.