- Married financial analyst Jason Cooperman, 43, has been accused of making sexually explicit pick-up lines about being a potential nanny for his one-year-old daughter.
- Kuperman is accused of proposing oral sex with one woman and making provocative comments to another person who allegedly worked with him.
- The 43-year-old and his wife Sarah vehemently denied the allegations, but said the new father would take the opportunity to reflect.
A married Upper West Side financial analyst has been accused of inadvertently soliciting oral sex during an interview with his 1-year-old daughter’s nanny.
A 27-year-old nanny who asked to go by Dhawan said, new york post She was horrified and humiliated when she met Jason Cooperman, 43, at his apartment on West 58th Street on March 8.
When he took her on a tour of a luxurious home that sold for $297,000 in 2013, Dhawan was alone with a 43-year-old woman who allegedly made filthy demands when they got to the bathroom. It is said
She claims that while there, Cooperman showed her a cushion, said it was good for performing oral sex, and asked, “Do you like blow jobs?” have you ever done
The babysitter did not respond to the alleged proposal, but was shocked when Cooperman made another obscene request.
“Aren’t you going to give me a blowjob?” she claims he said.
‘[He then] I was asked, “Are you going to do it or not?” I said, “No, I don’t do that.”
Frightened, Dhawan then began secretly recording his correspondence with Cooperman, who allegedly provided the recording to the New York Post.
Claiming in a loathsome recording that she demanded to know why he asked her such an inappropriate question, he replied: “I’d like you to clean the closet or do the laundry.” The thing…you don’t have to. I was just [asking] question. You don’t have to.
Dhawan reportedly reportedly reported the incident to the police when he heard them struggling to unlock the door to his apartment and finally fled.
A complaint was confirmed by the NYPD that a woman was asked for sex during a job interview at Cooperman’s address.
Following the breach, several women who read warnings about Cooperman on Facebook have come forward with their experiences working with the 43-year-old.
“I was part of a group of Brazilians doing babysitting gigs in the city and three girls said the same thing. I was afraid to
In another instance, a Brazilian woman said she exchanged messages with Kuperman about job opportunities when she was told she was “too beautiful to control herself.”
Kuperman, who is a member of at least one of the Facebook groups where the allegations were posted, has since deleted his social media accounts.
The 22-year-old Manhattan resident, who spoke anonymously to the New York Post, said she had been working for her family for about a month and was also the subject of obscene suggestive comments.
She claims he said, “It’s too hot to be a nanny.”
“On my last day, my dad grabbed my butt in front of my mom. That was my final straw,” she claimed.
She emailed the next day to say she had quit, but Kuperman kept in touch with her.
“I’m so happy you found a better job. No hard feelings… no need for ghosts or blocks. I’m happy for you. I want to keep a good relationship.” is,” he is said to have written on October 7.
Sarah Fraser Cooperman vehemently denied the allegations, telling the outlet:
“These claims are false. Jason is a loving husband and a wonderful father.
A 21-year-old woman from Manhattan said she exchanged messages with Cooperman about babysitting jobs and asked him to meet in a public setting instead of this home, which he requested.
He is said to have responded, “You sound scared. You’re immature, let’s forget about it,” according to a text seen by the New York Post.
The woman said, “Behind that closed door, I’m no match for a grown man, so I’m taking precautions like this.
“I had a bad feeling right away, and even though I was desperately trying to pay the rent, I couldn’t get the job done.”
Kuperman has denied allegations to the New York Post that they are “completely and emphatically false.”
“Some are from people I’ve never met. Others texted me after the interview saying they were so happy to see me and would love to work with me soon.” It’s from people.
“If I unintentionally offend someone with a misunderstood comment or attempt at bad humor, I feel terrible.
“As a father of my daughter, I fully support equality and shared social responsibility. Take this as an opportunity to think about how to pursue the role.