Former teacher who taught future prime minister Boris Johnson at a British school has been accused of sexually assaulting a youngster there.
In South Africa, where he taught after leaving England in the 1980s, David Price will stand prosecution.
After reading about the prior accusations in Radio 4’s In Dark Corners programme, a former student in South Africa contacted the police in December.
The allegations are denied by Mr. Price, 76, according to BBC News.
There are a total of 42 accusations against him.
The alleged victim got in touch with Mr. Renton after reading about the BBC’s In Dark Corners series, which looked into sexual assault at prestigious boarding schools in Britain, in South African media.
He claims that in 1985, while he was around 10 years old and taking a shower at Western Province Preparatory School in Cape Town, the teacher made his first groping attempt.
Six men who claim the instructor at Ashdown House in East Sussex in the 1970s sexually attacked them have been spoken to by journalist Alex Renton, who was taught by Mr. Price.
Mr. Price kept teaching once he got back to his native South Africa.
He claimed the teacher forced him to touch her private parts and warned him not to tell anyone because they wouldn’t believe him.
Mr. Price went.