Sunny’s Massage Owner Qing Dai Arrested Sexual Assault
Qing Dai Arrest: Massage Parlor Owner Accused of Sexual Assault
MISSION VIEJO, California (July 31, 2017) —Qing Dai, 40, of Mission Viejo has been arrested on sexual assault charges after the massage parlor owner was accused by a female customer at Sunny’s Massage at 24000 Alicia Parkway, Suite 32, in Mission Viejo.
The arrest of Dai took place on Thursday, July 27th by the Orange County Sheriff’s Department, but he later posted $500 bail and was released from the Orange County Jail. He is charged with one count of sexual battery.
Police say a 37-year-old woman was allegedly assaulted sexually by Dai back in May during a one-hour massage he performed on her.
Qing Dia Allegedly Has Other Accusers
As investigators began looking into the incident, a second woman reported on June 15th that she had also been sexually assaulted by Dai who has owned the massage parlor since 2013.
The police investigation also came across two prior customers who had made reports about the massage parlor owner and alleged sexual assaults.
Anyone with information that could help investigators are asked to contact police at 714-647-7419, or submit tips anonymously at 855-847-6887.
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