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Affidavit Lists Other 'Unsuitable Requests' From Music Teacher In Greenwich

Sean Jackson of Stamford has been charged with risk of injury to a minor.
Sean Jackson of Stamford has been charged with risk of injury to a minor. Photo Credit: File

GREENWICH, Conn. – The details included in the affidavit for the arrest of music teacher Sean Jackson for an “unsuitable request” he made to a 10-year-old student on April 25, 2014, suggest that it might not have been the first time Jackson made the request reports the Stamford Advocate .

The affidavit states that Jackson, 41, asked a piano student to remove a piece of clothing and that he made a similar request to another student in the past according to the report.

The Daily Voice previously reported that Jackson, a Stamford resident, was arrested July 23 on charges of risk of injury to a minor and that he was fired from his job at Stanwich Congregational Church in Greenwich. Jackson, a native of Barbados, was the organist and music director at Stanwich Congregational Church. He also no longer works as a part-time music instructor at Convent of the Sacred Heart.

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