The Dillworth School in Epsom, Auckland is at the heart of allegations of historic sexual abuse.Photo / Dean Purcell
One of the men facing new crimes related to historic sexual abuse at Dillworth School pleaded guilty.
Former Vice-Principal Ian Wilson has pleaded guilty to five charges indicted today in the Auckland District Court.
He is one of five men facing a total of 33 new accusations after an additional 80 victims appeared in police as part of Operation Beverly.
Wilson was found guilty and convicted of including an obscene assault on a boy aged 12-16.
The court heard that a report on the impact of the victim would be prepared.
He then appeared on March 23, and his bail continued.
He appeared in the dock wearing a medical face mask.
In November, Wilson pleaded guilty to two charges, including obscene acts, while working at Dillworth School.
Wilson was a Scout Leader, Senior House Master at McMurray Boarding House, and High School Vice Principal from 1988 to 1996. He also taught history and teleomaori.
Dillworth School Sexual Abuse Investigation: A petition for guilty was entered when a new accusation was made
SourceDillworth School Sexual Abuse Investigation: A petition for guilty was entered when a new accusation was made