Looks like the Horace Mann school sex abuse scandal has emboldened male abuse victims of a teacher at the tony Brunswick School in Greenwich, Connecticut to speak up. And the school hired Kroll Investigative firm to contact former alum.


An independent investigation into sexual abuse accusations against a former teacher at Brunswick School turned up three former students whose allegations are credible, the school reported Wednesday.

The teacher taught at the school in the 1970s and early 1980s, said school spokesman Daniel Griffin.

Griffin said the teacher left the school for an unrelated reason.
The investigation, by New York City-based Kroll Associates, included interviews with more than 60 people, from former students to trustees. The accused former teacher was among those questioned.