‘I’m going to fucking rape you’: Shocking moment NYC teacher and youth baseball coach launches homophobic road rage at musician
- Juan Ynoa shouted homophobic slurs and threatened to rape Matthew Kevelson
- Ynoa taught at Flushing High School and coached New York Longhorns Baseball
- He was reassigned “away from students” and “relieved” of his coaching duties.
A New York City teacher and youth baseball coach was caught shouting homophobic slurs and threatening to rape a man during a road rage attack.
“I’m going to fucking rape you,” Juan Ynoa was heard screaming in a video that went viral. ‘Hey, jerk off! What’s up, are you jerking off?
Ynoa, a teacher at Flushing High School in Queens, New York, can be seen wearing a New York Longhorns baseball shirt in the clip.
He was reassigned “away from students” and “relieved of duty” on the basement youth team he coached.
He was yelling at Matthew Kevelson, a musician who recorded and posted the footage online.
Ynoa threatened to rape victim as woman in passenger seat laughed
Mattew Kevelson, a musician, said the incident happened after Ynoa crossed three lanes of traffic.
Kevelson said NBC News that the incident occurred after Ynoa crossed three lanes of traffic. A woman can be seen laughing in the passenger seat.
“You’ve got the wrong guy,” Ynoa can be heard saying as he got out of his vehicle to take photos of Kevelson’s license plate.
Ynoa taught at Flushing High School before the New York City Department of Education announced in an email that Ynoa had been reassigned “away from students while an investigation was conducted.”
New York Longhorns Baseball said a “staff member has been terminated” from the organization after learning of “a verbal altercation.”
Juan Ynoa, a New York City public school teacher and baseball coach, was captured shouting anti-gay slurs following what appeared to be road rage.
“The actions, words and feelings expressed by the former member in no way align with the core values and mission of the Longhorns,” the team wrote.social media post without naming Ynoa. Kevelson left, afraid of what was going to happen.
“This guy had filmed my license plate, my car,” Kevelson said. “Who knows if this person will retaliate against me.”
Kevelson posted the video as a form of protection, he added.
It’s unclear exactly what happened before recording began. But Kevelson claimed Ynoa cur on three routes.
Ynoa said he might eventually give his side of the story, but “now is not the right time,” according to NBC.
Ynoa’s name is not listed in the Flushing High School staff directory. In 2021, the school had 1,414 students enrolled and 92 teachers.
The video reached 9.7 million views and over a thousand comments on X, formerly known as Twitter.