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In the “Jane Doe” womens bikinis sale Manhattan civil suit, the victim’s family blames the Department of Education for failing to supervise disgraced former P.S. 208 teacher Rafael Sosa, 30.

Court papers suit underwear say the Harlem school officials knew Sosa was spending significant time alone with the then-3rd grader, including pulling her from gym class and showering her with gifts.

The suit says the abuse included inappropriate touching at the W. 111th Street school and at school-sponsored activities off campus. Sosa also allegedly contacted the student by phone and over the Internet.kiyibgkaghro237469

Sosa was charged with felony sex abuse for allegedly improperly touching the girl, but was convicted by a jury only on a lesser charge of endangering the welfare of a child.

During court proceedings, Sosa’s attorney insisted his client was just “an overzealous teacher who was trying to do the best he could for this family and went overboard.”

The lawyer, Jonathan Sims, said he never laid a hand on the girl.

Sosa was sentenced last June to the maximum of one year in jail.

The brave victim spoke at Sosa’s sentencing — with the ex-teacher sitting less than five feet away.

“The last time he touched me I cried because he hurt me so much,” the little girl said, as her mother stood by her side weeping.

“He’s an ugly, evil monster and should go to jail for a long time.”

The civil suit says the child suffered “sexual, physical, and psychological abuse” and did not leave her bed for days.

The Manhattan district attorney’s office claimed Sosa, 31, instructed his pupil to write him daily love letters and call him “Daddy.”

Before his sentencing, Sosa offered a meager apology, saying, “I’m sincerely sorry for all of this.” Emotionless, he looked directly at the judge and added, “I respect the jury’s decision and I hope you’ll have some mercy.”

But the judge wasn’t swayed, calling Sosa “every parent’s greatest fear.”

Sosa was hired in 2007 and worked at P.S. 90 in The Bronx before transferring to the Harlem school in 2009.

The city’s Law Department declined to comment citing the pending litigation.


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Miffed mistress Katherine Nelson says Rosenkranz, head of the $10 billion insurance holding company Delphi Financial Group, rushed her to sign the one-page agreement claiming it was merely to appease his estranged wife.

Nelson asked Rosenkranz, whom she’d been dating for four years, “if she could show it to a lawyer,” she recounts in court papers.

The Yale grad, who sits on the board of the prestigious Manhattan Institute, told her “not to worry because it was only a ruse [he] created to postpone his divorce; and…it would not affect their relationship,” according to the civil suit.

Nelson admits that she didn’t read the deal before signing it.

The “silence agreement” prevented Nelson from contacting Rosenkranz or his family, divulging information about their illicit affair or bringing any legal claims against him in exchange for $100,000, according to a copy of the deal attached as an exhibit in court papers.

Later, on Nelson’s birthday, Rosenkranz slipped his mistress a card that included a check and a note referencing their “money-for-sex and silence agreement,” the suit says.

After the two signed off on the statement Nelson “continued to enjoy an intimate loving relationship” with Rosenkranz—kissing him “passionately” in Central Park, jetting off for a romantic getaway in Aspen, and having “intimate relations” at the banker’s Madison Avenue office, the suit says.

Then, two months after the Aspen trip Nelson caught Ronsenkranz canoodling with a coworker at the BLT Steakhouse, according to the Manhattan Supreme Court case.

In court papers Nelson says she confronted the married man “while tears ran down her face.”

Rosenkranz then got an order of protection against his ex-lover days later, after he “angrily accused her of trying to hurt his family” and even “reached for her throat,” the suit says.

Nelson is suing for unspecified damages.

Rosenkranz, who owns homes in Aspen, Manhattan and East Hampton, did not return calls for comment.