Ping Li Accused of Being Massage Business Owner Who Rubbed Pair the Wrong Way
Ping Li, 51, of San Clemente, was charged with four misdemeanor counts of sexual battery.
Courtesy of the Orange County District Attorney's office
The owner of a massage therapy business in San Clemente is scheduled to be arraigned this morning on charges he rubbed a client and co-worker the wrong way--on four different occasions.
Ping Li, 51, of San Clemente, owns and operates Massage Clover in San Clemente, where four times between June 4 and Oct. 4 he "inappropriately" touched the co-worker and a client, according to the Orange County District Attorney's office (OCDA).
Charged with four misdemeanor counts of sexual battery, Li posted $100,000 bail pending today's arraignment. He faces up to two years in jail with a conviction, states the OCDA.
That is, unless there are other victims, as investigators fear, according to Orange County sheriff's spokesman Lt. Jeff Hallock, who asked anyone with information to call 714.647.7418.
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