A massage therapist in the US has been suspended after she was accused of allegedly sexually abusing a client.
Key points:Sister-in-law of former MP Pauline Hanson says massage therapist’s licence is under threatAfter her suspension, her brother-in.
was arrested at the same addressSister Hanson’s brother- in-law has been arrested in the United States and charged with the sexual assault and assault of a clientShe is the sister-in, in-laws husband to Pauline and former MP for Victoria’s seat, of former US Congressman Ron Paul.
She has denied the allegations.
The alleged victim told police that Sister Hanson showed her the body of a woman she had met on a dating website and said she could “make her feel good” using a vibrator.
The incident happened in February.
The victim said she went to Sister Hanson’s house and asked her about her boyfriend, a massage therapist, who had been visiting her.
Sister was “very apologetic” for the alleged abuse and said that she had not made the accusations against him.
She then allegedly led the victim to her bedroom where she allegedly performed a sex act on the woman.
The victim, who was under 18 at the time, told police she did not know Sister Hanson was a licensed massage therapist and said the incident did not happen.
The elder Pauline was arrested and charged in August with two counts of sexual assault of an adult by a minor.
He was released on bail and returned to Australia.
She said the alleged incident happened at her home in Portland, Oregon, but did not specify whether it was at her house or another location.””
I would like to thank everyone for their support and for all the love and prayers.”
She said the alleged incident happened at her home in Portland, Oregon, but did not specify whether it was at her house or another location.
“I am also concerned for the safety of my brother- (in-laws) children who are in the care of my sister- in law and have not been informed,” she said.
“They have been told that my brother and I are in contact, that I am a licensed therapist.”
Pauline Hanson has been a staunch opponent of mass immigration in the country.
She said in a speech in Melbourne on Saturday that her “greatest fear” was that her family would be targeted by an immigration crackdown and that she would “take matters into my own hands”.
The former prime minister was a fierce critic of Australia’s immigration policies, saying they were “killing the jobs of our youth”.