The head of college counseling at elite New York City private school Horace Mann was arrested last week for allegedly harassing an ex-girlfriend, according to The New York Post.
Canh Oxelson was charged with aggravated harassment for allegedly threatening to send nude photos of his ex-girlfriend to her bosses at NYU Langone Medical Center, the Post reports. Oxelson also recieved a restraining order.
According to a Horace Mann statement, “The Head of School has directed Mr. Oxelson to work from home and refrain from coming to campus until further notice.”
Before working at Horace Mann, Oxelson paid his way through Harvard graduate school by impersonating pro-golfer Tiger Woods, a business that went south after Woods’ marital infidelities made news in 2009. The Post reports that Oxelson was even included in a 2003 Trivial Pursuit question — “Who does Canh Oxelson charge as much as $US3,000 to impersonate at corporate golf outings?”
[The author of this post graduated from Horace Mann in 2009, two years before Oxelson started working at the school.]
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