The massage therapist at the centre of an Australian court case is not just a massage parlour but a woman who has had sex with two men in her home.
Bryan McLean has been accused of drugging and sexually assaulting two young men while they slept in her bed, before sleeping with them again the next day.
The women were at a massage centre in Queensland when she began to touch them.
One of the men asked her to touch him and when she did, she did so again, he said.
“I said ‘no’,” McLean told the ABC.
“And she goes, ‘no, you can’t touch me’,” she said.
She was eventually placed under police protection, and the court heard she later met with the men again.
Ms McLean said the men said she had “made it” and the other man was a “bully”.
She has pleaded not guilty to two counts of sexual assault and two counts each of administering a noxious substance.
She is due to appear in the Brisbane Magistrates Court on September 10.
A former massage therapist accused of sexually assaulting young men in his home, court documents show.
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