Teacher Jonathan Fuller removed from NYC’s elite Bamford School, model for TV’s “Gossip Girls,” over alleged student affair
Wait. So, the Upper East Side – and obviously upscale – Nightingale-Bamford School for girls was the model for a television show called “Gossip Girls”? And we’re supposed to be shocked by this type of allegation?
On the other hand, you would think that if you’re going to spring for $40k a year in tuition, you wouldn’t have to worry about some teacher getting hot for your student/daughter – allegedly. More via NYPOST.com.
Fuller’s dramatic removal — just two days into the school year — stunned parents and staff at the elite Upper East Side academy, which costs nearly $40,000 per year and is the model for The CW’s “Gossip Girls” television show.
The exclusive Upper East Side Nightingale-Bamford School for girls has been rocked by scandal after married teacher Jonathan Fuller was suspended amid allegations he had an affair with a student, The Post has learned.
The popular, 55-year-old science and psychology teacher was hauled out of class Friday after a complaint was made that he was allegedly involved with a former pupil who is now “18 or 19” years old, according to several sources connected to the school.