The unthinkable can happen when you're at your most vulnerable.
“Yes, I was accused,” he answered. “Falsely accused.” He has pleaded not guilty.
So what can you do to stay safe during a massage?
Massage therapy expert Felicia Brown says proper draping is crucial to ensuring a safe and relaxing experience.
“It should be draped just to about halfway up her inner thigh and tucked in where it's secure,” she told Inside Edition. "If the therapist is working underneath the drape at all that's definitely a red flag.”
She says you never have to get fully undressed and you can always choose the gender of your massage therapist.
“If something feels wrong to you, it doesn’t matter whether it is wrong or not, it’s up to you to say 'you know what, I’m done with this,'” she said. “Get off the table.”
Massage Envy and MassageLuxe both say they have a zero tolerance policy for any inappropriate conduct to [e]nsure their clients have a safe experience.