The following story was originally published by KFOR-TV.
New details are emerging about the investigation into a McLoud, Okla., teacher accused of taking inappropriate pictures of young girls.
Police are looking into allegations that an elementary school teacher took a group of students to her home, dressed them in lingerie and took photographs of the girls.
In a search warrant affidavit, investigators requested to search a Shawnee home for computers, cellphones and hard drives.
KFOR-TV went to the home listed on the affidavit. A woman answered the door and told us she had "no comment."
The affidavit we obtained Wednesday afternoon reveals the teacher picked up the girls at their homes in McLoud and then drove them to the home where she and her husband live for a tree decorating party.
While there, the girls claim the teacher dressed them in lingerie and got out a camera.
The affidavit lists those same allegations, but also states the girls made up a cheer dance and performed it in the bras and panties while the teacher allegedly videotaped them.
In addition to the original accusations, the affidavit also states another little girl who is in the teacher's class said the teacher "has all the kids in her class skype over the computer with an older man wearing glasses named 'Uncle G' and that "three to four times a week she would take photos of particular girls in the class posing on the desk and chairs using her personal cell phone."
Police and the school district are not commenting on the case.
No arrests have been made and no charges have been filed.