A licensed masseuse in Rutherford County is under investigation, accused of sexually assaulting two women while on the job.
Police said the incidents happened at the same massage parlor on Friday inside Stones River Mall.
Two different women said they went in for a massage and came out sexually abused and in need of help from police.
The first victim was a 17-year-old girl who said she came into Aqua Foot Care for a massage.
While in the room, she said the masseuse removed her underwear and touched her inappropriately. She called police and investigators arrived.
Minutes later, another woman came forward with a similar story about the same man. She said she disrobed in the private room as she was instructed to do.
The masseuse left long enough to let her undress but when he came back, she said he raped her.
As of right now, police haven't pressed any charges. When we asked why, they said the situation is still under investigation.
The massage therapist facing the allegations has been licensed with the state since early 2012.
He's still employed at the parlor, and his bosses said they've never had any problems with him before.
The owners are adamant none of this ever happened, but beyond that, they say they cannot comment.
Channel 4 reached out to both victims on Monday, but neither were ready to comment. Police said they don't have any other complaints other than the two women who investigators spoke with.
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