Monday, February 20, 2012
When "Sister Wives" went to [DELETED] Elementary School to film a Valentine's Day dance last week, some parents objected and lodged complaints with the school, citing privacy. Several other shows have filmed at the school and the parents want the school to change its filming policy.
According to TMZ, TLC had no comment. But a rep for the school district said, "The district heard the concerns of the parents involved and considered them when developing [the] compromise. In the past few months, we've had the Ellen show, ABC News, Oxygen Network, and countless local broadcasts filmed at our schools. TLC and the Brown family deserved the same."
Production reportedly donated $500 to the school.
Stand strong on the side of privacy, good parents. Four major productions have filmed at your school in just a few months plus local news outlets? Outrageous.