BIKINI MASSAGE BY ‘DRUNKEN’ SPA BOSS
Man ‘violated in oily assault’
A “DRUNKEN” health spa boss is said to have sexually assaulted a client during a sports massage, a court heard.
Kerry Brocklebank, 43, poured oil on the unnamed man and massaged his calves in a bikini.
The man, who cannot be named for legal reasons, was wearing just his pants on the massage table.
He had pleaded with her to stop several times but she ignored his requests, a court heard.
He later complained the experience left him feeling “violated”, Cambridge Crown Court heard.
The jury was told the runner had booked a male masseuse at Huntingdon Spa, Cambs. Stephen Mather, prosecuting, told the court that: “Kerry Brocklebank appeared intoxicated.”
Brocklebank denies one count of sexual assault with an alternative of common assault and perverting the course of justice. The trial continues.
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®Ê HANDS ON: Kerry Brocklebank and, right, arriving at court. Inset, Huntingdon Spa