Owner Of Massage Business Accused Of Assaulting Clients


Gwinnett County, Ga. — The owner of a local massage business is accused of assaulting his clients during their massages, according to the Suwanee Police Department.
The owner of BLC Massage, Jianghong Wang, located at 3255 Lawrenceville Suwanee Road in Suwanee, Georgia, was arrested on suspicion of aggravated sexual battery, sexual battery and simple battery.
The two victims say the assaults occurred in a back room at the parlor. Neither of them went to police until they discovered each other online. Both had gone to the website Yelp to leave a bad review and realized their stories matched.
The husband of one alleged victim gave the business a one star review, writing, “My wife told me she was molested by the male masseuse. She was totally exposed and she said he had wandering hands.” Police say a second woman saw the review and then called police.
“The fact that he went about it the same with independent victims just leads us to believe that he probably did it before,” said Suwannee police Capt. Cass Mooney.
The Suwanee Police Department is now trying to find out if there are any other victims.
“We are wanting to know if there is anybody out there that was at that message parlor that just didn’t feel like something was right, if they were touched in the wrong place,” Mooney said.
Investigators say while this business has been there for years, Wang just took it over and began working there last fall.
Employee Amy Li says she has a hard time believing the accusations. She says no one ever complained to them about a problem.
“The massage is for the whole body. They don’t touch your private place, just the massage area. If you don’t like it, you can talk to him,” Li said.
Wang is currently being held at the Gwinnett County Detention Center without bond.
Anyone who believes they may have been a victim can call the Suwanee Police Department and speak with Detective Dustin Devereaux 770-904-7632.

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