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Clayton Valley High School in Concord is seen in a Google Maps Street View image.

A nude photograph of an East Bay school administrator that was being circulated by students has led to multiple suspensions and an expulsion at a high school in Concord, according to local news outlets.

The photo reportedly shows a high-ranking school administrator at an off-campus gym, NBC Bay Area reported. The picture was circulated around Clayton Valley Charter High School and led to searches of students’ phones.

Alissa Guevara told NBC Bay Area that fellow students were threatened with suspension if they did not relinquish their phones to be searched.

Guevara said she had not received or distributed the photo, but said she knew of seven classmates who were suspended and said the person who took the photo, also a student, had been expelled.

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