Peter Muhlbach, A Math Teacher, Is Subject Of Explosive “Daily Mail” Report

We Have Obtained Special Report From NYC Schools

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — Peter Muhlbach, 53, is accused in an explosive report in the Daily Mail of having sex with a female student and lavishing others with gifts during his stint as a teacher at Long Island City High School.

From the Daily Mail report, which you can read by clicking here: “Peter Muhlbach is said to have preyed on teenage girls at Long Island City High School for years and is alleged to have had a sexual relationship with one of them. He then alleged awarded his students good grades in the hope they would remain friends with him.”

From an investigate report obtained by BocaNewsNow.com: “SCI investigators also spoke with a 16 year old male student who stated that he heard from other students that Muhlbach liked “to give girls money.”

Parents of an alleged victim reported “that text messages sent by ‘Mr. M” contained a heart emoji next to the name. In the messages, ‘mr. m” told (student B) that he missed her, “hopes she is good” and wanted her to visit him in Florida, and called her ‘mi amor.”

No immediate response from the Palm Beach County School District.

You can read the investigative report from the Special Commissioner of Investigation for the New York City School District by clicking below.

Public records show Peter Muhlbach lived in New York for several years and now lives in Deerfield Beach.


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