Monica Perez Jimenez, Former playboy model: ‘I sexually abused at Loyola School, but New York state law ‘prevents’ prosecution of pedophiles

Monica Perez Jimenez, 54,reveals she was sexually abused in middle school, urges lawmakers to lift the statute of limitation regarding sex offenders

Extroverted daughter of famous CIA operative Marita Lorenz and deposed Venezuelan dictator, Marcos Perez Jimenez. Involved in various jinks through her life including being thrown out of school at 15 for gun possession

Adult life  no less exciting as stunt woman, self-defense teacher, fitness model

The Former Playboy model and trainer reveals she was sexually abused by a teacher at Loyola School, after reporting abuse, school swept her charges under

Jimenez says her the early childhood abuse led to a lifelong struggle with depression and substance abuse, she believes the ‘ Republican leaders blocking a vote on a bill to reform New York’s statute of limitations are putting their own children and grandchildren at risk’

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Former Playboy Model Reveals She Was Sexually Abused At Loyola School But Can’t Sue
Monica Perez Jimenez, 54, a personal trainer and former “Playboy” model whose mother was a CIA operative and father was a South American dictator has come forward as the sexual abuse victim who sparked an investigation at an elite Upper East Side Catholic school, regretably she can’t sue because her case has gone beyond the statute of limitations for New York.
Monica Perez Jimenez, 54, has played many roles in her colorful life ,  stuntwoman, self-defense teacher, fitness model, despite struggling for years with depression and substance abuse as a result of the abuse she suffered as a student at Loyola School. She said the Republican leaders blocking a vote on a bill to reform New York’s statute of limitations are putting their own children and grandchildren at risk.
“Loyola is the kind of school you would send your child to — do we have to wait until it happens to one of your children to protect kids from pedophiles?” she said.

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Famous German/CIA spy Marita Lorenz and daughter Monica
Monica_jiminez6Monica’s  father, Venezuelan dictator Marcos Perez Jimenez
Jimenez, the love child of deposed Venezuelan strongman Marcos Perez Jimenez and Marita Lorenz, a CIA operative who also had a torrid affair with Cuban dictator Fidel Castro, now lives in Costa Rica, where she is planning to open a gym to teach self-defense to women and children.
“I consider myself a survivor,” said Jimenez, whose childhood was anything but ordinary.
Her mother — whose life story as a CIA operative with a taste for dictators just sold to Hollywood as a vehicle for Jennifer Lawrence — enrolled her in Loyola, a Jesuit-run school on the UES that catered to the wealthy.
“My mother thought Catholic school would be a safe place for me to be,” said Perez, who got a partial scholarship.
Instead, she claims, she was targeted during her freshman year in 1976 by a one of Loyola’s most popular teachers, Louis Tambini.

loyola_sch1.jpgLoyola School is under sexual abuse investigation for the Louis Tambini cover up.

According to Jimenez, the history teacher and basketball coach “rubbed himself to arousal” against her buttocks while having the class look out the windows during a lesson on Greek architecture.
“I thought there was some kind of mistake. I wiggled away and he followed me and continued to rub himself on my body,” she said.
Tambini did the same thing about five other times as well, she alleged.
When her grades began to drop, Loyola sent her for after-school tutoring — with Tambini,
Jimenez was expelled from Loyola after a high-profile incident in October 1977, when New York cops arrested her on gun charges near the Upper East Side apartment she shared with her mother. Jimenez told the cops she had the .22-caliber pistol to protect her mother from Watergate burglar Frank Sturgis, Lorenz’s CIA handler.
Jimenez, in New York to visit family and friends, said she told Loyola administrators about the abuse before she left the school. “They said (THEY) would handle it, but they brushed it away,” she claimed.

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The private school girl at Loyola
Last year, no longer willing to be quiet, Jimenez shared her Tambini experience on the Loyola Facebook page — and the school launched an investigation. It found that Tambini,  molested seven girls at Loyola in the 1970s and ’80s.
But despite evidence that Loyola officials covered up the abuse, the victims can’t file lawsuits because New York’s statute of limitations expired decades ago.
The statute of limitations in New York, considered one of the strictest in the nation, bars sex abuse survivors from pursuing criminal charges or civil damages after their 23rd birthday.
Jimenez said Tambini, forced to leave Loyola in the 1980s after he was accused of sexual abuse,  was able to join a different school.
“He should have been registered as a pedophile. They knew what he did,” she said. “We need to have better laws. We need laws that protect children.”
Louis Tambini  himself died in  1999 at age 70 after a long illness. He was the Athletic Director of the Loyola School, Manhattan for 30 years and later the St. Bernard School in Manhattan for 15 years
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