Police advise that if the alleged victim thinks it was an assault, he should report it to police.
Toronto police say they are investigating after receiving two videos Monday allegedly showing a St. Michael's College School student being assaulted with a belt.
Police spokesman Meaghan Gray says one of the incidents is being investigated as an assault with a weapon, while the second is considered a threat.
That brings the total number of incidents at the school being probed by police to six.
"We're going to have to look for as well is leadership from all fronts - from parents, from the administration of the school and from the community and the police and others - to make sure that we learn from this and that justice is served", he said at city hall.
"I don't even know if the school is aware (of these new videos)", Sinopoli said. "Up until now the school has been fully cooperating".
Police said Monday they believe there are more incidents and more videos, and urged witnesses to come forward.
Police and the school have said at least two of those incidents involved an alleged sexual assault captured on video. CP24 has learned the date of the incident was November 7, 2018.
- The officer meets with the principal, who hands over the video of the alleged sexual assault. They are facing multiple criminal charges including assault, gang sexual assault and assault with a weapon.
Two more alleged assaults at St. Michael’s College School
Police sources have said the locker room incident involved a group of students pinning down another student and allegedly sexually assaulting him with a broom handle.
Insp. Sinopoli says potential victims in the latest videos have not yet been identified and it's too soon to say if additional charges will be laid.
- The accused - aged 14 and 15 years old - appear in a youth court and are granted bail.
None of the allegations has been tested in court.
Mayor John Tory commented on the St. Michael's situation Tuesday, telling reporters what has transpired is "very sad, very tragic and very unacceptable".
"Throughout this time period, students will also participate in workshops and discussions pertaining to the issues that have arisen", school administrators said in a statement.
- The school cancels mid-year assessments as well as all events involving external groups, teams, and public performances for the remainder of the year.
"If there is a culture whether there or anywhere else where these kinds of things are happening that indicates that a culture change is necessary".
"I would hope that in every public school, every private school, . every community organization, people are taking bad stories like that and using it as a moment to reflect".