Mitchell Le Dac Ho was charged Monday in Hennepin County District Court with 3rd degree criminal sexual conduct in the alleged incident at the Massage Envy in the Windsor Plaza mall near Flying Cloud Drive on Jan. 1, 2016.
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March 29, 2018 – Ho, who was terminated from Massage Envy last September, is due in court on April 26. His attorney from a prior case said Tuesday she was unaware of the latest charge against her client, according to the Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
The 3rd woman filed charges early last month, claiming that Ho touched her genitals and squeezed her breast, according to the complaint. Another woman told police in March 2016 that he assaulted while giving her a massage, according to a complaint filed in late December 2017.
Ho was still employed at the Eden Prairie Massage Envy last September when he assaulted a girl, according to the complaint. The first 2 cases are still pending.
Another Massage Envy masseur, John Earl Young II, was charged in 2013 with molesting a client at a Minnetonka franchise during June of that year. The following month he landed a job at a Bloomington store when he sexually assaulted another client. He was convicted in both cases.
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