Leah Kleim writes on SevenFatCow:
When his body was found in the garage of the Chabad center,Don Yoel Levy, his brother and the CEO of OK Kashrut blamed the wife of his late brother, the mother of his children, for his suicide. They placed the blame on her with accusations that she was mean to him and that is what drove him to end his own life.Chana Levi was mentally abused and neglected by her in laws while she was living a nightmare with her 5 children who were mourning the loss of there father.Don Yoel Levy not only placed the blame on an innocent victim and caused immense emotional distress for Chana Levy he also refused to help his deceased brothers wife and five young children financially.Chana Levy (maiden name Prus) was blamed for her husbands decision to end his dark double life, because she was mean. The fact that Eliezer Levy was molesting hundreds of kids and teenagers for years, sometimes in the presence of his mother and his brother could not possibly be the reason why he couldn’t stand himself anymore and ended his worthless life. Chabad and OK Labs could not have a pedophile who died in a garage with nothing but a dirty ash tray listed as a Shliachon there resume, it would have a harsh negative effect on the future fundraising and financial situation of Lubavitch and OK Kashrut. The unwritten Chabad rule of placing the blame on the victim and covering up the damage and pain caused by the child molester was immediately put in to action.
The second floor of the building houses a magnificent and truly inspiring shul built by the Levy family in memory of Rabbi Levy’s brother, Reb Eliezer Yitzchok Levy.
It will be known as “Beis Eliezer Yitzchok.”
I heard this story about a month ago from a former Crown Heights resident who was abused as a boy in Crown Heights. I'd give him a hat tip but this shaliach does not want to be named.