High school dean accused of unprotected sex with multiple students, including 16-year-old

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MANHATTAN (PIX11) – 31-year-old Malik Taylor was a community associate and Dean working at the Business of Sports School in Manhattan. He had been employed there for a year with no known criminal record.
Now, he’s accused of having sex with students including a 16-year-old girl, according to NYC schools Special Commissioner of Investigation  Richard J. Condon.
Investigators said Taylor did not just have sex with students but that he also sexually harassed four female students.

According to a report by the NYC schools special commissioner of investigation, sexual encounters took place in classrooms and at motels in Manhattan.
They also allegedly took place in Taylor’s car in the Bronx, at a motel there, in Brooklyn and in Mount Vernon, Westchester County.
He wasn’t at his Queens home when PIX11 went to ask him about the accusations. His landlord didn’t want to discuss the allegations against his tenant.

According to the report, cell phone records were reviewed by school investigators showing hundreds of calls and text message to students between November and May of this year.

The report also detailed disturbing allegations of unprotected sex with students..

Taylor resigned from his position shortly after the complaint was lodged against him back in May.