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Midweek Sport - - FRONT PAGE - By NEIL GOOD­WIN

A FAITH healer who says he has com­mu­ni­cated with the late Princess Diana is fac­ing jail for sex­u­ally as­sault­ing a pa­tient while try­ing to “cor­rect en­ergy flow”.

Gra­ham Dare, 57, claims to be the UK’S top clair­voy­ant with celebrity en­dorse­ments from TV pre­sen­ters Melinda Mes­sen­ger, Joely Richard­son and Michaela Strachan.

Dare, who runs Sen­si­tives Clinic in Far­ring­don, Lon­don, preyed on a trust­ing 31-year-old Ja­panese stu­dent on three sep­a­rate oc­ca­sions in Septem­ber last year when she went to him for help with her mi­graines.

He groomed her by mas­sag­ing her law­fully for three ses­sions be­fore treat­ing her naked or partly clothed for a fur­ther three, fondling her and lur­ing her to mas­sage him while he mas­tur­bated.

Black­fri­ars Crown Court heard how the wo­man was sus­pi­cious about his “strange” meth­ods but did not ob­ject in­ti­tally be­cause she did not want to of­fend him.

She told the court how she found Dare online, feel­ing re­as­sured by the celebrity quotes.

The wo­man, who can’t be named for le­gal rea­sons, paid £55 for her first mas­sage, and had two more ses­sions, which failed to help her.

Then, Dare told her she needed to be naked for the ses­sions. She ex­plained: “He said the cloth­ing would in­ter­fere.”

For the first naked ses­sion he stopped when the wo­man be­came “star­tled” as he got near to her gen­i­tals, but on the sec­ond she said Dare “con­cen­trated be­tween my legs and he held my nip­ple,” telling her it was the way to cor­rect the en­ergy flow.

On the fi­nal oc­ca­sion she said Dare told her if he used his mouth the ef­fects would be bet­ter, and made strange noises on her legs.

He then tried an­other tech­nique where he was naked and she mas­saged him be­fore notic­ing he was mas­tur­bat­ing.

Po­lice ar­rested £1250-a-week Dare, who sug­gested the wo­man might be a mem­ber of ‘Ja­panese mafia cults’.

Dare, of For­est Hill, Lon­don, de­nied three counts of sex­ual as­sault but was found guilty and bailed un­til Jan­uary 6 for re­ports.

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