Exeter's 'Graduation Crashers' screenplay: Sex, drugs, drinking
Some scenes take place at the teachers' homes while others are in classrooms, homes of students, and at a jail.
In another scene, a teacher is at his desk "in his classroom with a hot mom sitting in a chair beside him. The hot mom is touching (his) leg."
A teacher gets a "glazed look" as he imagines himself with the girl at his house. The next scene shows the teacher at home with the girl, who gives him a massage that leads to a sexual act.
An officer asks, "How could you? You're a teacher. Drunk and handcuffed in a dark remote park."
The teacher responds, "I have no idea, but I have a feeling that these two do."
Other scenes show four teachers in a car — with freshmen in the trunk — who are "ready for the night's festivities," according to the script.
When one male graduate passes out, the teachers strip the student to his underwear and use a marker to draw a sexual image on his face. A teacher then takes a picture and posts the photo on a gay dating site.
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