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N.Y.'s Met Investigating James Levine Sex Abuse Claim
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4 Dec 2017 12:31 AM EST

Over the weekend, New York’s Metropolitan Opera announced it will open an investigation into its famed longtime conductor James Levine. Levine has been accused of sexually assaulting a 15-year-old boy in 1985 and carrying on the abuse for a number of years. On Twitter Saturday night, the opera's leadership said that it was “deeply disturbed” by the reports and would conduct an investigation into if the accusations were true. Peter Gelb is the general manager of the Met. He said in a statement to NBC News on Sunday that the opera company first became aware of the allegations when Illinois police opened their investigation in October 2016.

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