Other inmates knew they were having a romantic relationship.
One saw him leaving her room with his shirt untucked and scolded him, “Fix your clothes, boy!
A flustered Lewenstein, wearing a beige fleece and black slacks with his hair pulled back in a pony tail, followed the officers, who promptly slapped him in cuffs.
Lewenstein, dubbed the “Flaccid Fiend” for becoming impotent during the attempted rapes of two women nearly two decades ago, had failed to properly update authorities about his whereabouts, cops said.
Flynn was a sophomore who was always going out of his way to be helpful during the sessions and also visited Smart every day in her office.