Pete Davidson Slams His ‘Piece Of Sh*t’ Former Principal And Priest For Being An ‘Absolute Monster’

Father Michael Reilly, a principal and priest at St. Joseph by-the-Sea High School in Staten Island, New York, is being sued by three of his employees for creating a hostile environment. According to the New York Daily News, Reilly “unleashed a constant stream of rude, crude, and inappropriate remarks, including saying the word f*ck in almost every sentence in some form.”

Reilly, aided by his reported “henchmen,” vice principal Robert Richard and dean of men Greg Manos, also allegedly referred to women as “b*tches” and “twats,” gays as “fags,” once told a black man to go “back to the jungle,” and called a sick employee a “vodka-sh*tting b*tch that we don’t need.”

“(The) rude, crude, and abusive language and actions committed by Father Reilly… and condoned by the Archdiocese and Cardinal Dolan are offensive to the tenets of (plaintiffs’) religious beliefs,” the suit charged. “These crude and vulgar statements were intended to discriminate against the plaintiffs because of their devout Roman Catholic faith.” (Via)

SNL breakout Pete Davidson attended St. Joseph by-the-Sea High School, and yesterday on Instagram, he responded to the lawsuit against Reilly. “I went to this high school,” Davidson wrote, “and I’m glad something is finally being done about Father Reilly. He is an absolute monster and has ruined that high school. He should have been fired years ago. F*ck this dude. He’s an epic piece of sh*t and an ultimate jerk off.” Reilly called the allegations “absurd.”

(Via New York Daily News)