Updated at 4:55 p.m. ET Multiple women have come forward to The Associated Press to allege that Plácido Domingo, one of the world's most powerful and recognizable opera stars, sexually harassed them in a series of incidents over the course of some 30 years. In the immediate aftermath of the AP's report, the opera company that Domingo has led for more than 15 years, the LA Opera, announced that it is beginning an investigation into his conduct. By Tuesday afternoon, both the San Francisco Opera and the Philadelphia Orchestra had rescinded upcoming performance invitations for Domingo. In a report published Tuesday, the nine accusers, who include eight singers and a dancer, told the AP that beginning in the 1980s, Domingo tried to pressure them into...
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LA Opera To Investigate Plácido Domingo After Sexual Harassment Report