Last year, a 47-year-old Brooklyn assistant principal was accused of making inappropriate sexual comments to at least three teenage girls, including one whom he allegedly propositioned in exchange for a summer job. A report released today goes further, alleging that Progress High School for Professional Careers assistant principal William Abreu forcibly raped the 17-year-old female student who had applied for the job.

In the course of their probe, investigators say they learned that the person who helps run the after school program there, Juan Martinez, forced a different 16-year-old girl into performing oral sex on him. According to Special Commissioner of Investigation Richard J. Condon's report, both Abreu and Martinez sexually abused both girls. And it gets worse:

Abreu told the younger student that having sex with him and Martinez was a condition of her office job at Progress High, and he asked her to have sex with others in exchange for money. Abreu also threatened to report the 17-year-old graduate to Immigration authorities, and he stole $1,500 from her mother on the false promise that he would obtain an attorney’s services for her.

According to the earlier report, Abreu allegedly said to the 15-year-old girls, “Would you suck my balls for me? That’s the things [sic] you have to do to succeed...You have to come to work looking sexy, so I can see how pretty you are.” Condon has recommended both men be dismissed immediately, and barred from future employment with the DOE or any of its affiliates.

Progress High School was previously in the news in 2010 when it came out that teachers and staff went on a two-day retreat to the Hudson Valley, where they enjoyed all-you-can-eat buffets and rooms costing up to $770 a night in the middle of a schools expense crisis.