We recently reported the tragic story of Yale University professor Samuel See, who was arrested on charges of fighting police officers, then taken to a jail where he died the next day.

Further investigation into the professor’s life revealed that he was pursuing a second career on the side.

The Yale prof also seems to have marketed male escort services and webcam modeling on at least four different websites under the name “Ryan Cochran.”

A phone number linked to See, 34, appeared on the sites, reports the New Haven Register. It’s the same phone number listed on the September order of protection against See.

See’s middle name was Ryan, notes the New York Post.

It appears as though someone has been taking down the escort profiles since See’ untimely death. A cached version of at least one of the pages is still available, though. Here’s the NOT-safe-for-work link.

…There’s also a Facebook page for Ryan Cochran with images that appear to be Ganglani and See’s home address, notes the Register.

The events that led to See’s death began just after 5 p.m. on Nov. 23. Ganglani, 32, went to See’s residence in New Haven to pick up some of his stuff. He remained there for over two hours. An argument ensued.

An unidentified third person at the residence called police. When the cops showed up, they arrested both See and Ganglani.

Police say the English professor wasn’t happy about the arrest. He yelled “that it was his house and that he shouldn’t be arrested,” according to the Register. He fought with cops when they tried to handcuff him. “I will kill you,” he allegedly said. “I will destroy you.”

He was booked into jail around 9:15 p.m. that night. He turned up dead the next morning.

See grew up in California’s inland Central Valley and attended California State University, Bakersfield as an undergraduate. He later obtained a Ph.D. from UCLA.

Fellow students at UCLA described him as a talented writer, according to the Register. The main subject matter of his writing was sexual orientation in modern literature.