Metropolitan Opera

The company suspended Levine in December over allegations dating back decades.
Two additional men have accused the famous conductor of molesting them as teenagers.
The Metropolitan Opera said they first learned about the allegations last year but took no action.
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Mercedes Vizcaino, a Contributing Writer with ZEALnyc, writes about lifestyle and cultural events in and around New York
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