It is reported that Malik Taylor, who is 31-years-old, lured four students from the Business of Sports School in midtown to have sex with him. These incidents happened in classrooms, his car and at motels in Manhattan, the Bronx and Brooklyn, often without using a condom.
A report was released by the special commissioner of investigation for the New York City school district, Richard Condon, stating that Taylor admitted to having more than a dozen sexual encounters with students over the course of this past year, during his time as the Dean of the Business of Sports School on West 49th Street near 10th Ave.
Taylor is reported to have also made rude and lewd comments to students, ages 16-19, referring to their large breasts and "big asses". He allegedly asked one student if she would engage in a threesome involving her peers. The creep, who was supposed to be a role model for these students, told one of them that he would “f--k the s--t out of her". When she told him that she didn't want to have sex with him, he went on to ask her if he could “at least suck on her boobs?” He also sent hundreds of text messages to the four students and sexually harassed four other students at the school.
Assistant principal, Rosa Choi, reported him in May to the investigators after one of the other teachers told her that he was having sexual relations with the students. After he heard of the report, Taylor then resigned from the school. Needless to say, Taylor is no longer allowed to work in city schools and the commissioner's findings have been sent to the New York County District Attorney, Cyrus R. Vance, Jr. and to Kings County District Attorney, Charles J. Hynes.