Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan recently subpoenaed Massage Envy as part of an investigation into whether the franchise has appropriately handled its 180 allegations of sexual assault.
The Chicago Tribune reported on the proceeding.
Even more disturbing than the nearly 200 allegations is that many of these victims claim that Massage Envy employees did not handle their complaints appropriately, but instead focused on trying to diffuse the situation and avoid police or court involvement.
Joseph C. Magnacca, the CEO of Massage Envy, has published an open letter to customers concerning these allegations.
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Please do not hesitate to contact us if you or a loved one has been a victim of massage assault at any Massage Envy location, or any other spa.
PA Crime Victim Legal Advocates is, unfortunately, no stranger to the fact that these types of assaults have been going on. In fact, of those 180 victims, the attorneys of PA Crime Victims Legal Advocates currently represents 7 out of 8 of those assaulted at the West Chester, PA location.
Though we are saddened at the number of victims who have been sexually assaulted, we are happy to see that victims are beginning to gain the courage to come forward and that the national media is taking note.