Former Seabury Hall Athletic Director Robert Dougherty filed a complaint in Second Circuit court on Thursday, asking for damages due to alleged wrongful termination and breach of contract, among a list of 10 counts.

He is suing the school; the school’s former interim headmaster Paul Wenninger, who served only for the 2018-19 school year and has returned home to New Mexico, according to a school trustee; assistant head of school Kay McLeod; and the school’s board of trustees.

The suit, which is seeking unspecified damages, alleges that Dougherty was fired because he reported a relationship between Winninger and McLeod that had begun to raise questions among parents and students, and because he raised concerns over the size of physical education classes.

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