Ex-CUNY professor Victoria Ying believes someone at City Tech was out to get her when she was fired a few years ago. In a lawsuit filed in the Brooklyn federal court, Ying says she was falsely accused of having sex with a student. It all started in 2006, when a student in her second-year Anatomy and Physiology class allegedly asked her the sexually-loaded question, "What is an artery?"
Later, an NYPD officer responding to the theft of Ying's wallet from the classroom informed her that a few of the students were underage. She went to the administration with concerns over the undereducated, underage students, but says they did nothing to investigate. But then a year later, when she was up for a full-time professorship, she says she was falsely accused of having sex with a student. Ying said, "When you have that kind of stigma, it's impossible to get a job anywhere else." Not for everyone!