Canh Oxelson, famous Tiger Woods impersonator and also of super fancy, Ivy League prep school Horace Mann scandal fame, is once again under fire in a revenge porn lawsuit brought by his ex-girlfriend.

As the New York Post reports, Oxelson allegedly threatened to send nude photos of his ex to her bosses and family. The complaint states that he sent her the images, which he had previously saved, via text along with the messages “Good luck loser,” and “Can’t wait for the folks to see this one.”

In very recent years revenge porn has taken a spotlight on many platforms, mainly due to websites specifically created to ruin lives. Most notably the now defunct Is Anyone Up?, started by almost notorious and also under trial Hunter Moore, who wanted to give people a platform to post explicit photos of their exes. California recently passed an anti-revenge porn law to help curb the act with fines of $1,000 and six months in jail if sentenced.

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Oxelson is now charged with aggravated harassment and a restraining order, but we wonder if it’s had any effect on the man who’s become so accustomed to scandals. At 42, Oxelson’s list of achievements is extensive. He’s a Harvard alum, an NCAA swimming champ and worked as the admissions officer at the University of Pennsylvania before being picked up by Horace Mann in 2011. All of this after being airlifted out of Saigon as an infant in 1975 during “Operation Babylift.”

Before you start feeing bad about yourself for your less-than-stellar resume, Oxelson’s list of controversies is quickly growing to match that of his achievements.

Oxelson was once involved in a scandal involving someone in the Horace Mann community trying to sabotage students’ college applications. With yearly tuition of more than $40,000 annually, parents were less than pleased with the school’s actions when it came time for their children to actually go to college.

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Let’s not forget to mention the glaring sexual assault scandal involving the college prep school. Spanning three decades and more than 30 victims who actually testified against the teachers involved, the New York Times originally reported on this in 2012 and as of yet the cases have not been fully settled.

It remains to be seen what will happen to Oxelson, who for the time being has been ordered by Horace Mann officials to stay off school grounds and to work from home.

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