Renowned opera singer David Daniels and his spouse have pleaded guilty in court to sexually assaulting another singer in Houston.
David Daniels, an Opera Singer, and Scott Walters were required to register as sex offenders
David Daniels, an Opera Singer, and Scott Walters pleaded guilty last Friday after a jury conducted a court trial of the pair on a first-degree aggravated sexual assault charge.
The Opera singer and his husband were both pleaded guilty to sexual assault charges of an adult and sentenced to probation for eight years.
The Opera singer and his husband were charged with sexual assault when Samuel Schultz filed a criminal complaint against them in 2018 that the Opera singer and his husband assaulted him in 2010 after he met them at a Houston Grand Opera while he was a Rice University graduate.
The alleged victim of the Opera singer and his husband awoke alone and naked
Schultz said he was invited by the Opera singer and his husband to their apartment and given a drink that led him to unconsciousness.
Daniels, an Opera singer, was fired as a University of Michigan professor and at the San Francisco Opera from a production of Handel after sexual assault case allegations by a student at the university.
The lawsuit alleged Daniels, an Opera singer groped the male student at the University of Michigan and sent and requested sexual photos. The lawsuit also alleged the Opera singer served the student alcohol, gave him sleep, and touched him sexually with his husband.