Orches­tra hires in­ves­ti­ga­tor amid ad­viser’s child porn case

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BOS­TON (AP) — Ex­ec­u­tives with the Bos­ton Phil­har­monic Orches­tra say they have hired an in­de­pen­dent in­ves­ti­ga­tor to ex­am­ine the or­ga­ni­za­tion af­ter the ar­rest of an artis­tic ad­viser on child pornog­ra­phy charges.

The Bos­ton Globe re­ports the group’s lead­ers also ac­knowl­edged Fri­day that a sec­ond em­ployee re­cently re­signed amid al­le­ga­tions he sent in­ap­pro­pri­ate text mes­sages to youth orches­tra mem­bers. Orches­tra of­fi­cials de­clined to name the em­ployee.

Artis­tic ad­viser David St. Ge­orge, of Ar­ling­ton, was charged Sept. 25 with re­ceiv­ing and pos­sess­ing thou­sands of files of child pornog­ra­phy. He hasn’t re­sponded to the al­le­ga­tions and it’s not clear if he has an at­tor­ney.

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