We recently told you about the scandal at Oprah’s all girl school in Africa. Now the students who were allegedly expelled are telling their side of the story.
Four students claim they were kept in solitary confinement for two weeks before being expelled from the Oprah Leadership Academy for Girls in South Africa, after being accused of sexual misconduct.
According to the New York Post, the girls claim guards were stationed outside their rooms and they were barred from attending class or communicating to other students during the initial investigation.
They slept in separate rooms. The students were banned from the cafeteria and, instead, meals were brought to their rooms by school staff. But the girls claim they were too distraught to eat.