High school student Jacob Kjærlander has accused a school in the Norwegian capital of sexually abusing him when he was 16 years old.
Mr Kjørlander, a second-year student at a school close to the Danish capital, was allegedly sexually abused by another student in a classroom during his first year at the school in Rødby in south-west Denmark.
The former student said he had been in a meeting with the teacher and another student and they discussed sexual activity.
He said the other student, who was a teacher at the time, told him that the teacher had been “sexually abusing” him, but Mr Kjårlander claimed that it was all a lie.
“I told the teacher I was 16 and I was not a boy and I did not know what it was like,” Mr Kjerlov said in an interview with news website NRK.
“She told me it was a lie and that I was being stupid.
I told her it was my fault.
She said it was because I did it.
She was in a very bad mood.”
Mr Kjerlov said he was not afraid of losing his job and was considering suing the school.
“The school said that I would be able to go back to my normal class schedule.
I said I would never go back, but it seems I will not be able do that,” he said.
The school has not yet commented on the allegations.
Mr Højgaard said the school’s handling of the allegations was in “grave” condition and that disciplinary measures would be taken to ensure the safety of students.
“If I had known about it, I would not have taken part in it.
I know that is not possible.
If I had been told that I could be suspended, that is a very serious thing for me to say,” he added.”
In this case, it seems like the teacher told a lie in a school meeting.”
Mr Höjgaard is the first teacher in Denmark to come forward and report being abused by a student.
The Norwegian Education Authority (EI) said it had opened an investigation and was now looking into Mr Kjeerlander’s claims.
Mr Olesen said he hoped the investigation would lead to a conclusion and to “restructure” the school for students who had been sexually abused.
“This is a sad story of a high school in Denmark that has a very good reputation for high-quality education and this has been a major problem,” he told the BBC.
“And this is a problem that is going to get worse.”‘
Not a fairytale’The school was also accused of “totally fabricating” Mr Kjaerlander when he told a journalist that the other teacher had sexually abused him and he had gone to the police.
Mr Rødin, the teacher who was the alleged abuser, has denied the allegation.
“What I do is not the same as what other teachers do.
I am not a pedophile.
I did this.
It is not an act of sexual abuse.
I do not know anything about that,” Mr Rødor told Danish media.
Mr Jørgensen, the head of the school, said that while it was true that the alleged victim was a student, he was only in a second year of high school and had not yet entered any of the university courses that would be relevant to the allegations against him.
“As a high-school teacher, I have always treated students well and I am extremely careful about what I say.
I will never do anything that could harm the feelings of my students,” he wrote on Facebook.”
When a student comes to me, I only say to them: ‘It is not a fair dream.
It has not happened and there is nothing I can do about it.'”