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The tale of Clare Ettinger, her prom dress and the dads who couldn't handle it isn't over. As Desus would say, both sides must be heard. 

Anne Duncan, a chaperone at the Richmond, Va. homeschool prom, says that it wasn't the length of the teen's dress that was the problem—it's where the dress ended up. "It was right below her butt cheeks by the time I saw her," Duncan told WTVR of the dress. 

Duncan also claims that the fathers present at the dance weren't staring at Ettinger, as the dance was too crowded to focus on an individual. "There were 500 kids there, so to be able to even say what they were looking at would be really difficult," he explained. 

Still, both Duncan and her boyfriend, James, insist that she was told her dress and dancing are what made the men uncomfortable and ultimately led to her being asked to leave.

At this point, it's less about the dress and the presence of those grown-ass men and more about the fact that the event still has yet to refund Ettinger's friends, who left when he was asked to leave. That remains a problem.

[via Gawker and WTVR

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