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The principal of St. Joseph by-the-Sea Catholic School in Staten Island is facing a lawsuit from three employees at the school, alleging the principal engaged in gender and age discrimination.

The Archdiocese of New York and two of the principal's "henchmen," are also named in the suit. So reports The New York Post.

According to the teachers filing the suit, Principal Michael P. Reilly's crude comments include calling women "tw-ts" and allege he even joked about kicking a black teacher "back to the jungle."

The suit claims Reilly sought to force out teachers older than 60, including one with cancer.

Read the full story from The New York Post.

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