Reports; Jason Moodley, Owner of the Higher Education Festival, Jailed For At Least 90 Days

First published: 4:36PM Eastern Daylight Time, 5/12/2021

Photo: Facebook, Jason Moodley and Worcester County Sheriffs Office


According to two different sources Jason Moodley, the owner and operator of the Higher Education music festival, has been jailed by a Dudley District Court Judge for at least 90 days following a Tuesday court hearing.

As reported here first;
Moodley was arrested on Monday night following a tumultuous week of online social media drama, released on Tuesday morning and then back in custody Tuesday night following the hearing.

Moodley operates the
Higher Education Music Festival, a yearly event in Lebanon, Maine, via his production company 508 Productions.

According to his online postings, Moodley had been in an ongoing familial dispute with an ex-partner and
was scheduled to appear in Court this Friday, May 14th, at 9am on a harassment prevention order.

Before that hearing could occur, however, a continued bizarre series of online postings were made on Moodley's social media both on Monday (prior to his initial arrest) and Tuesday (prior to his appearance in Dudley District Court).

A search on the Worcester Country Sheriff's Office does indeed confirm that an inmate with Moodley's date of birth is currently in custody.

This story is breaking and will be updated. Moodley is presumed innocent until proven guilty on any potential charges.