The former dean of the Business of Sports School in midtown Manhattan resigned in May after investigators began probing allegations that he had sex with four female students ranging in age from 19 to 16. Officials say Malik Taylor, 31, admitted to the inappropriate sexual relations (which, in one case, counts as statutory rape because the victim was 16 at the time) and also confessed to sexually harassing other students, and even asked one of them to buy pot for him.

The investigation began after one student informed an adviser that she had "been involved in a sexual relationship" with Taylor and that he had been "dating" other students. Another student told school officials that Taylor "told her to walk away from him because he wanted to see her 'ass shake' and that he asked [her] to be his wife." That student also told investigators that Taylor held a door for her at a stairwell and said "there’s not enough room for me and your big ass.”

The Department of Investigation report [pdf] goes on and on. One unidentified student, 19, says that while she was walking in the cafeteria one day Taylor grabbed her buttocks and explained, “I just had to.” She says he obtained her cell phone number and began barraging her with text messages until she agreed to have sex with him in a Bronx hotel room. Investigators say they had sex at least twice, and Taylor did not use a condom.

When another student declined his offer of sex, Taylor, who is married, of course, allegedly suggested that he could “at least suck on [her] boobs?” That student, who was 17, also said Taylor "told her not to tell anyone about their conversation because he knew where she lived. Asked whether she thought Taylor was threatening her, the student replied that Taylor was laughing, but she could not be sure whether he was joking or meant it as a threat."

Investigators say Taylor admitted to having sex with one student seven or eight times, and sent thousands of inappropriate text messages to students from a cellphone assigned to his wife. One student, 17, says she had sex with Taylor in classrooms and in his car almost 20 times, and that he never used a condom. She told investigators she believed she was in an exclusive relationship with Taylor and that "he loved her and wanted her to have his child."

Taylor, whose actions have been described as "completely reprehensible" by the city's Department of Education, has been barred from teaching in NYC, and the case has been handed over to the District Attorneys for Manhattan and Brooklyn.