Wisconsin middle school students busted over alleged 'sex party,' recording it on phones The four Brown Deer Middle School students, believed to be aged between 11 and 14, allegedly filmed each other as they engaged in sexual acts during the holiday break. BY Lee Moran NEW YORK DAILY NEWS Friday, January 30, 2015, 9:47 AM Four Wisconsin middle school students were arrested after they allegedly threw a "sex party" and filmed it on their cell phones. The alleged underage get-together between students at Brown Deer Middle School is believed to have taken place at a classmate's home during the holiday break, according to WISN. The exact ages of the children involved are not known. But as Middle school caters from 6th through to 8th grade, it's believed the youngsters could have been aged anywhere between 11and 14 years old. Cops claim that several students attended the so-called "sex party," but that only four are accused of participating in sexual acts. WISN-TV Four Brown Deer Middle school Students were arrested for allegedly participating in a 'sex party,' which was recorded on cell phones, at a Wisconsin residence. They started investigating after one of the students in attendance told a teacher about the alleged bash. Police do not think any of the footage filmed has been posted online. And they do not believe any adults were involved. Prosecutors are currently deciding how to charge the teens, with cops recommending they be charged with first- and second-degree sexual assault of a minor. "We're trying to send a clear message this type of behavior isn't going to be condoned by law enforcement, nor school officials, nor shouldn't be by parents, really, when we're talking kids that are middle-school age," Brown Deer Police Chief Michael Kass told WISN. WISN-TV Brown Deer cops are recommending that the student be charged with first- and second-degree sexual assault of a minor. School administrators said that, as the alleged incident occurred off school grounds, they were powerless to act. But Superintendent Deb Kerr said she was "deeply troubled" to learn of the arrests.