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19/06/2015 10:21 BST | Updated 19/06/2015 10:59 BST

Mother Removes Teen From School After Teacher Says Her Non-Uniform Clothes Look Like 'Bondage'

A mum has removed her 15-year-old daughter from school after claiming a male teacher said the teen's goth outfit made her "look like she does bondage".

Kaye Warner, 33, demanded that Erin-Anais Hart be sent home when she received a call from the teenager who was told to cover up for non-uniform day.

Hart turned up at King Charles I School in Kidderminster, wearing a stud-collar, leather jacket, T-shirt, flat ankle boots and knee-high leggings.

When Miss Warner asked why her daughter had to wear something different for the charity day, she claims male member of staff told her over the phone that Erin-Anais was showing "too much flesh", too.

Warner said: "I was absolutely disgusted. She is 15-years-old. I had to explain to my daughter what bondage was, because she didn’t even know."

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The mother has since removed her daughter from the school permanently and enrolled her somewhere else.

She said: "Erin called me whilst I was at work and said she needed some trousers and I asked why and I asked to speak to whatever teacher was present.

"I said why does she need trousers and they said it’s not appropriate, she is showing too much flesh.

"I told them to send my daughter home and said she won’t be returning because she was having a real bad time at that school anyway.

"Two hours later they rang to see if she had got back okay. I had emailed her head of year asking her to contact me but she didn’t.

"But a member of staff did ring and said what she had on was inappropriate and said he didn’t like her style."

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Warner said when she questioned the teacher as to why he did not like what she was wearing, he said "she looks like she does bondage".

The mother added: "She [Erin] was absolutely mortified at the thought of people looking at her in that sense."

Warner, who lives with Erin-Anais and her brother Pud, eight, in Kidderminster, said she bought the leggings for her daughter from an alternative clothes shop.

She added: "She went to school on the non-uniform day in a black T-shirt, a black jacket, flat black ankle boots and black leggings with holes at the knee.

"I had bought her the trousers from an alternative shop. She just looks normal in them. I saw nothing wrong with her outfit."

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The mother said she has been back to get her daughter's things from the locker but has had no apologies from the school.

She said: "It was the last straw for me and I have removed her completely from the school. She will not be returning there and will be starting a new school in a few weeks."

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A school spokesman said: "We do not comment on individual cases but would stress that we aim to provide a positive and successful learning environment for our students, free from disruption and distraction, and that includes enforcement of our dress code.

"Standards are applied even on non-uniform days to ensure that all students are dressed appropriately."

The spokesman refused to say whether the member of staff had been quizzed over the 'bondage' allegation, saying: "We never comment on individual circumstances."

King Charles I School is a larger than average mixed secondary school which also has a large sixth form on the same site.

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