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*Mar 17 - 00:05*

From NYDailyNews.com:

An admissions director hired to recruit the best and brightest to a Bronx private school claims toxic campus housing left his son with brain damage.

Shereem Herndon-Brown – who sued posh Riverdale Country Day School over his job after he quit four years ago – has filed a new suit over lead paint in faculty apartments.

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In court papers, he claims the city found high lead levels in son Kerry’s nursery and that the 5-year-old suffers from garbled speech, sudden outbursts and focus problems.

*Sep 12 - 00:05*

Doctors say the boy has “permanent and irreversible” brain damage from lead poisoning and will need special tutoring and attention.

The school declined to comment, as did Herndon-Brown.

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