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Opera Legend Placido Domingo

Domingo accused of sexual harassment

Opera Legend Placido Domingo

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A brief look at the career of opera star Placido Domingo.

Nine women in the opera world have told The Associated Press that Domingo, one of the most celebrated and powerful men in the industry, tried to pressure them into sexual relationships and sometimes punished women professionally when they refused his advances.


Opera legend Domingo accused of sexual harassment

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Numerous women have told The Associated Press that celebrated opera superstar Placido Domingo tried to pressure them into sexual relationships by dangling jobs and in some cases punishing them when they refused his advances. (Aug. 13)


Opera legend Placido Domingo accused of decades of sexual harassment

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One of the most powerful and celebrated men in opera faces allegations of sexual misconduct, that spanned several decades. Numerous accusers told the Associated Press that Placido Domingo tried to pressure them into sexual relationships by dangling jobs and sometimes punishing them professionally when they refused his advances. Domingo says the claims are inaccurate. Nikki Battiste reports.


Nikki Battiste

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Nikki Battiste is a CBS News correspondent based in New York.

She is an Emmy and Peabody-award winning journalist, and her reporting appears across all CBS News broadcasts and platforms, including "CBS This Morning," the "CBS Evening News" and CBSN, CBS News' 24/7 live, streaming news service.

Battiste's groundbreaking investigations into the 2018 Catholic Church sexual abuse scandal received critical acclaim. In a television first, her original reporting led to two clergy abuse survivors sitting down face-to-face with the priest they say abused them as children. During a separate investigation with the CBS News investigative unit, Battiste and her team uncovered allegations of sexual abuse against a priest still in active ministry in the Galveston-Houston archdiocese, over which the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops President, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, presides. After Battiste questioned DiNardo about the allegations, the priest was removed from ministry. Two months after Battiste's August 2018 exclusive interview with now former Washington, Nikki Battiste is a CBS News correspondent based in New York.

She is an Emmy and Peabody-award winning journalist, and her reporting appears across all CBS News broadcasts and platforms, including "CBS This Morning," the "CBS Evening News" and CBSN, CBS News' 24/7 live, streaming news service.

Battiste's groundbreaking investigations into the 2018 Catholic Church sexual abuse scandal received critical acclaim. In a television first, her original reporting led to two clergy abuse survivors sitting down face-to-face with the priest they say abused them as children. During a separate investigation with the CBS News investigative unit, Battiste and her team uncovered allegations of sexual abuse against a priest still in active ministry in the Galveston-Houston archdiocese, over which the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops President, Cardinal Daniel DiNardo, presides. After Battiste questioned DiNardo about the allegations, the priest was removed from ministry. Two months after Battiste's August 2018 exclusive interview with now former Washington,

Since joining CBS News, she has covered the gun debate in America and was the first to report on armed teachers in classrooms, which sparked a national conversation. She has reported and written several stories for the "CBS News Evening News" series "Eye on America," including a teachers strike in Sacramento and the debate over arming college students on campus. She also sat down with five sisters sexually abused by the same priest for an "Eye on America" report.  Her feature pieces have included a look at groundbreaking brain research that could help with suicide and mental illness treatment, revolutionary food contamination technology and the wild horse crisis in the American West.

Battiste has also covered breaking news for the network, including Hurricane Michael, the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting, the case of Colorado missing mother, Kelsey Berreth, and the New Zealand mosque shooting.

Battiste began her career at CBS News as a freelance correspondent in May 2017 for CBS Newspath, the Network's 24-hour television newsgathering service for CBS stations and broadcasters around the world.  She reported on the search for four missing men in Pennsylvania, the Parkland school shooting and the Austin bomber.

Previously, she was an award-winning ABC News producer and reporter based in New York.  She traveled the globe to cover breaking news and feature stories for all ABC News broadcast platforms, including "Good Morning America," "World News Tonight," "Nightline," "20/20" and ABCNews.com.

At ABC News, Battiste reported extensively on the Amanda Knox case from Perugia, Italy, and the search for Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 from Perth, Australia.  She covered the Newtown and Virginia Tech school shootings, the Mother Emanuel Church shooting in Charleston, the San Bernardino attack, the Orlando nightclub massacre, and the Brussels bombings.  She also reported on the 2016 Presidential Election, Pope Francis' visit to the U.S., the Ebola crisis and Hurricane Sandy.  She investigated radicalization in America, the rising costs of cancer drugs, medical tourism and bullying in schools. She was the first journalist in the world to sit-down for an interview with Amanda Knox, after covering the Italian murder case for six years.  Battiste booked and produced Diane Sawyer's ABC News exclusive interview with Knox in an hour-long special "Murder Mystery: Amanda Knox Speaks."  She co-produced other Diane Sawyer specials, including America's shrinking middle class, and interviews with the youngest woman on death row and Newtown's heroic teacher, Kaitlin Roig, just a few hours after Roig saved her first-grade students' lives by hiding them in a bathroom. 

Battiste also co-produced numerous "20/20" specials and prison interviews, including the Casey Anthony murder trial, the "Honeymoon Killer," "Life of Lies," and "Black Widow."  At "20/20," Battiste's own investigation uncovered evidence that helped exonerate a law enforcement officer, who spent twenty years in prison wrongfully convicted of sexually abusing his own children.

She began her career as an NBC News Page, working on "Saturday Night Live" and "Today," before working as a production associate at "Today." She has won several Emmy, Edward R Murrow and CINE Golden Eagle awards, and a Peabody, Deadline and Front Page award. 

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Jocelyn Gecker

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Women: Opera's Domingo abused power to sexually harass them

By Jocelyn Gecker

msn.com — © Provided by The Associated Press FILE - In this Saturday, Jan. 27, 2001, file photo, Placido Domingo directs the Washington Opera Orchestra and Chorus during a rehearsal of Verdi's Requiem at Washington's Constitution Hall. Nine women in the opera world have told The Associated Press that they were sexually harassed by Domingo in encounters that took place over three decades, at venues that included the Washington Opera, the Los Angeles Opera and other opera companies. ABOUT 6 HOURS AGO    Open in Who Shared Wrong byline?

Women: Opera’s Domingo abused power to sexually harass them

By Jocelyn Gecker

kplctv.com — By JOCELYN GECKER | August 13, 2019 at 4:11 AM CDT - Updated August 13 at 8:08 AM (AP) - For decades, Placido Domingo, one of the most celebrated and powerful men in opera, has tried to pressure women into sexual relationships by dangling jobs and then sometimes punishing the women professionally when they refused his advances, numerous accusers told The Associated Press. ABOUT 18 HOURS AGO    Open in Who Shared Wrong byline?

Women: Opera's Domingo abused power to sexually harass them

By Jocelyn Gecker

daily-journal.com — For decades, Placido Domingo, one of the most celebrated and powerful men in opera, has tried to pressure women into sexual relationships by dangling jobs and then sometimes punishing the women professionally when they refused his advances, numerous accusers told The Associated Press. Regarded as one of the greatest opera singers of all time, Domingo also is a prolific conductor and the director of the Los Angeles Opera.

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