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When a massage allegedly goes too far

Josh White

Two women who went to a Sterling salon for massages last year apparently got more than they bargained for when a 39-year-old masseur used the sessions to grope them, Loudoun authorities said.

The Loudoun County Sheriff's Office said Monday that officials had charged Gabor Adamovics with two counts of assault for massages that took place in August and September at a salon in the 46200 block of Potomac Run Plaza in Sterling. Adamovics allegedly "inappropriately touched" two adult women while performing massages, according to the sheriff's office.

Authorities did not release the name of the salon. A Loudoun County magistrate released Adamovics on a $2,000 bond Monday.

Loudoun County authorities are seeking help with the investigation: If you believe you were victimized in a similar fashion -- during a massage with Adamovics or any other massage therapist -- they ask that you call Investigator W. Promisel at 703-777-0475.

-- Josh White

By Josh White  |  January 4, 2010; 4:00 PM ET
Categories:  Josh White , Loudoun  
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That'll make for an interesting court case; what many men might pay extra for (a whole lot extra), many women call sexual assault.

Watch the mainstream massage "therapy" industry crucify this guy as he threatens the bright shiny line they have so studiously contrived.

Yes, folks, not to dismiss bona fide assault, but touch can be pretty ambiguous. Bet more than a few customers tipped him quite nicely....

Posted by: RealityCheckerInEffect | January 4, 2010 7:25 PM | Report abuse

RealityCheck, you can't be serious. I think most women would find a professional masseur touching their private parts during a massage to be really disgusting. If you are married or dating, that's different, but this would be like a doctor suddenly touching you there when checking your knee or something...gross!

Posted by: SusanMarie2 | January 4, 2010 7:47 PM | Report abuse

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