Placido Domingo Resigns From Opera Union; Donates $500,000 to Sexual Harassment Eradication Programs
This comes after the American Guild of Musical Artists and Los Angeles Opera found sexual harassment allegations against Domingo to be credible.
Last year, multiple allegations were made against Domingo, which were published in a series of Associated Press stories.
AGMA announced last month that its four-month investigation found Domingo had "engaged in inappropriate activity, ranging from flirtation to sexual advances, in and outside of the workplace."
AGMA also stated that, "Based on Mr. Domingo's permanent resignation, the charged filed against him have been withdrawn and will require no further action by the Union."
Read more on ABC News.
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