My mom, a former employee at a high-end spa, claims she was sexually harassed by a female massage therapist who was also a masseuse at a resort.
The woman, identified only as “G,” told the Washington Post that she was hired by a male massage therapist in 2011 to massage and teach clients about the benefits of massage.
After the spa’s spa days were over, G said, she became a masseur for two years and then a massage therapist for the next eight years.
In her complaint, G alleges that the masseuse made sexual advances toward her.
In a blog post, G writes that the therapist was also “an aggressive doula,” which she says meant she was in charge of “trying to make sure everyone felt comfortable.”
G says she refused to work for the therapist, who later left the spa.
G also alleges that after she left, the masseur sent her inappropriate photos and text messages.
The Post’s reporting is consistent with previous reports about the spa, including in The New York Times.
But the Post report contradicts an article by G published earlier this month.
The article was based on a report from the New York City police department.
In it, G says that in 2013, after working for the spa for four years, she was fired for “harassing a client.”
G’s story, according to the Post, is that she then went on a two-month layoff, which she claims was for personal reasons.
She says she was unable to find a job.
In an interview with The Washington Post, G did not respond to requests for comment.
The report by G comes on the heels of other stories in the media that have documented sexual harassment and assault at the spa and other businesses.
Earlier this month, the New Yorker published an extensive profile of one of the spa owners, David Dao, who was the subject of an investigation by the New Orleans Police Department into a separate allegation that Dao had made sexual comments about another female client.
Dao is a Chinese-American who had been hired by the spa to teach massage.
A police report obtained by the newspaper stated that Dio, who is African-American, had called a woman a “bitch” and a “nigga.”
He also said that a masseuser had told him that he was too tall for the woman and asked if she would be willing to take him home and massage her.
Dio resigned from the spa in 2014 after the New Yorkers investigation, but the police report did not name the spa as a possible victim.
In April, the Daily Beast reported that the spa had fired an employee who claimed she had been harassed by two masseuses, including one who claimed that she had repeatedly called him a “slut” and “whore” after she had told them she was uncomfortable working with the spa women.
The women, who were both male, claimed they were forced to perform oral sex on the spa workers and were denied access to their own masseuses after the incident.
The Daily Beast story also cited two other former employees who said that the same masseuses had harassed them at the same spa.
A spokesman for the Spa of America told The Washington Examiner that the company did not comment on pending investigations.
The Washington, D.C., area’s oldest spa, the Gatherings Spa, opened in 1885 and is owned by the United States government.
In 2013, the spa was shuttered amid allegations of mistreatment of employees, including claims that a staff member had been raped and sexually assaulted by the owner of the place.
The spa has been open since 1971.
In October, a federal judge ordered the spa back open.
“The United States District Court of the District of Columbia ordered the Washington, DC, Gathering Spa to reopen to the public on August 6, 2018,” the spa said in a statement at the time.
“We appreciate the Court’s order and look forward to serving our community again in a new environment.”
In a statement on Monday, the Spa Of America said the spa would “continue to provide safe and supportive care to all our guests, employees, and their families.”
“The Spa of the Year Award is a recognition of a spa’s outstanding service and dedication to our clients,” the statement continued.
“Each year, we award a prize to the best spa in the country.
The Spa of The Year Award goes to our community and recognizes outstanding and exemplary work at our facilities, including a positive impact on the lives of our guests and employees.”