LOUISVILLE, KY (WAVE 3) - A Louisville private school has reopened its investigation involving allegations of an inappropriate relationship between a teacher and students.
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WAVE 3 News on Thursday obtained a letter from July 2015 from the Louisville law firm Stites and Harbison saying it had investigated claims two students had made about an inappropriate relationship with Tom Miron.
The letter said the investigation didn't find any evidence that Miron had an inappropriate relationship with a student. One student, who attended St. Francis School in the 1980s, alleged there was heavy sexual petting and ultimately a sexual relationship upon her graduation with Miron, a teacher and soccer coach at the school.
The letter also said Miron denied providing alcohol to students and having a sexual relationship with the accuser. The letter also said Miron admitted to a romantic relationship after the student graduated.
On Tuesday, Alexandra Thurston, Head of School, and Ken Edwards, Chair of the Board of Trustees, sent a letter to alumni and parents to inform them the school had hired Sarah Worley to re-open the investigation into the allegations that were brought forward in 2015. According to the letter, Worley is a civil rights and Title IX investigator.
Parents were encouraged to call Worley with allegations or concerns they may have.
St. Francis released the following statement about the investigation:
The public relations firm representing Miron's attorneys sent the following statement:
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