Avrohom Mondrowitz, a hasidic man who pretended to be a therapist for troubled youth and used that position to allegedly rape more than 100 boys, fled an indictment for raping children in Brooklyn a quarter century ago. Living openly in Israel for more than a quarter century, Mondrowitz was caught with child porn on his computer in Jerusalem. Also on that computer was proof that Mondrowitz runs several fake universities that award fake diplomas. Even so, it appears that Mondrowitz is working with the Israeli haredi city of Bnei Brak to counsel its troubled children.
Note that on the official Bnei Brak city document posted below the name is spelled "Mondorowitz" rather than "Mondrowitz." This alternate spelling is occasionally used in Israel even by Mondrowitz, and it appears in at least one Israeli news article in 2008 about Mondrowitz's extradition.
But the most interesting thing is that Mondrowitz is referred to only as "HaRav Mondorowitz," Rabbi Mondrowitz – meaning two things: 1. If this is indeed him, he is again representing himself as a rabbi; 2. Bnei Brak was very careful not to write his first name, which if used would identify him with certainty.
Is this Avrohom Mondrowitz?
People who say they know say it is.
At this point, I'd say it's up to Bnei Brak to show us that it isn't.
Of course, if Bnei Brak can't do that, it must fire "HaRav Mondorowitz" immediately.