More sexual abuse uncovered
Officials at elite private school release findings of latest investigation
WALLINGFORD — A second investigation into claims of adult sexual misconduct at Choate Rosemary Hall has confirmed the veracity of new sexual assault claims against several former faculty members.
Headmaster Alex Curtis and Michael Carr, chairman of Choate’s board of trustees announced the latest findings in a letter sent to members of the school community Friday. The report details the findings of an investigation conducted by former U.S. attorney for the state of Connecticut, Stan Twardy, and his Connecticut-based law firm, Day Pitney.
Twardy presented the findings of the investigation to the private school’s board of trustees Friday. The Day Pitney investigation came as the result of new sexual misconduct allegations that surfaced following the April 2017 release of a report from an independent investigator hired by the school.
Day Pitney corroborated new
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