Warning: Sexually Explicit
An English teacher and writing center director at the elite Greens Farms Academy in Westport, Connecticut, who revealed to a Project Veritas (PV) undercover reporter details about his sexual fantasies of high school girls, has reportedly been placed on leave.
Born and raised in Iran, Iman Rasti has served as director of the school’s writing center, a middle school English teacher, and a seventh-grade dean at the private school in Fairfield County, where tuition for the high school grades is $51,460 per year.
According to James O’Keefe, founder of Project Veritas, the PV journalist was expecting to discuss curriculum at the school, a continuation of PV’s exposé on woke education.
Instead, Rasti shared with the undercover journalist details of his sexual fantasies of his high school students.
“So, you see a 15-year-old girl, and next year they come back to school, and she is a woman; she is a woman,” Rasti is heard saying in the video. “There is no way – she has gained weight, just, doing nothing, so it is clear that she has had sex. A lot of sex.”
“Every day there is different panties on,” Rasti explains to the PV journalist. “Green, black, white and they [the students] make sure – it’s like they talk to each other, the three of them do that.”
The exchange between the PV journalist and Rasti continued:
PV: So, you have never been tempted?
Rasti: With these kids?
Rasti: (Nods yes) Every day.
PV: That’s really hard.
Rasti: It’s very hard. I mean, literally and figuratively.
Rasti then admits his fantasies could cost him his job.
“That possibly means me losing my job, my reputation – it’s way too risky,” he is heard saying. “Like, one thing they [the students] do these days, they sit down in front of me, they purposefully sit down somewhere in the class that is literally directly in front of me. They spread their legs wide open and that is just brutal. Brutal.”
Rasti tells the undercover PV journalist the students are “naughty.”
“They open their legs wide open, and I am teaching, and I see what I see,” he says. “They make sure that the panties are like positioned in a way that I actually see the thing.”
“You saw their underwear, what else did you see?” the PV journalist asks.
“I can see the side of the p***y,” Rasti is heard responding.
“Wow, that’s hot,” he continues. “Well, how can you concentrate? How can you continue talking with your classroom when you see that? I don’t know for women – if you see, I don’t know, I guess for a woman it’s sexy to see a man with a hard-on. Maybe it’s sexy, I don’t know…They [the students] are naughty.”
“Like, when girls start having sex, it’s interesting for someone like me who has been in and out of relationships and all of my life and married and all of that,” Rasti is heard saying. “You see changes in the face and appearances, you probably too.”
“Despite Rasti’s claim that he hasn’t done anything with his young students, he said he is willing to make exceptions on his quote ‘principle’ to ‘not f**k’ his students,” O’Keefe states in the video.
“I … get the vibe, it’s obvious,” Rasti is heard telling the PV journalist. “But, I refuse ’cause I don’t f**k my students … that’s my principle.”
“I don’t do that, but sometimes I make exceptions … sometimes,” he states.
Rasti is heard admitting in the video that, when he taught at the college level, he “had sex with many, many, many, many of my students.”
In August, Project Veritas released a video featuring Jeremy Boland, a Cos Cob, Connecticut assistant principal, who was placed on leave following the exposé revealing he rejects “Catholic” and “conservative” job applicants in order to allow “subtle” child indoctrination in his school.
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Author: Susan Berry, PhD
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