Another woman has filed a lawsuit alleging she was sexually assaulted by a massage therapist in Las Vegas.
The woman filed her lawsuit Tuesday in Clark County District Court under the fictitious name Sally Roe.
In court papers Roe alleges she was sexually assaulted by Omar Polk on March 18, 2014, at Massage Envy, 4280 Blue Diamond Road.
“As part of his job duties, Polk touched and massaged Roe’s naked body,” according to the lawsuit.
The document alleges Polk also assaulted the woman by uncovering and touching her exposed breasts, fondling her genitalia and “performing other offensive sexual acts.”
Defendants in the lawsuit include Polk and Massage Envy Franchising. Polk could not be reached for comment, but Massage Envy released the following statement Wednesday:
“Massage Envy and its franchisees take any allegation of inappropriate conduct very seriously and the franchisee handled the alleged behavior consistent with our Code of Conduct and Zero Tolerance Policy.”
Roe is represented by Las Vegas attorneys Nadia von Magdenko and David Korrey, who also represent two women who allege they were sexually assaulted by massage therapist James Brian Goins during separate incidents in 2013.
The two women, also using fictitious names, filed a lawsuit in May in Clark County District Court against Massage Heights Corporate and Goins.
Goins is awaiting trial on felony charges of sexual assault and coercion and gross misdemeanor charges of open or gross lewdness.
One of the women alleges Goins sexually assaulted her on Aug. 6, 2013, at the Massage Heights franchise at 10420 S. Eastern Ave. in Henderson, and the other claims he sexually assaulted her on July 29, 2013, at his home massage studio in Las Vegas.
A spokeswoman for the Clark County district attorney’s office said no criminal charges have been filed against Polk.
According to the Nevada State Board of Massage Therapists website, both Goins and Polk have surrendered their licenses.