Boston Philharmonic Loses Second Employee to Inappropriate Behavior

BOSTON, MA  (WBZ-AM)-- The Boston Philharmonic Orchestra admitted Friday that another unnamed employee has resigned, after allegations he sent inappropriate text messages to members of the youth orchestra, just weeks after the orchestra's artistic adviser was arrested for child pornography.

Director David St. George was arrested September 25th and is facing in federal charges including receiving and possessing thousands of pornography files, including the sexual assaults of children between 6 and 8 years old.

According to managing director Elisabeth Christensen and board chairman Charles Dornbush, the orchestra is hiring an independent investigator to examine the allegations and review the organization as a whole. 

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