Why a masseur indicted for raping a client wasn't arrested immediately
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Even now, a year after his indictment and weeks after he was taken into custody, Robinson still has an active license to practice massage in Virginia.

via WTVR:

CHESTERFIELD COUNTY, Va. (WTVR) -- On February 12, 2018 a woman visited a Massage Envy on Midlothian Turnpike for an appointment with Shawn Robinson, a licensed massage therapist.

During that visit, Robinson sexually assaulted the woman, according to a civil lawsuit.

Two days later, at the same spa, another woman had an appointment with Robinson.

During that massage, she said she was raped, and a little more than a year later, a grand jury agreed with her.

Since 2015, police have investigated five alleged sexual assaults at three Massage Envy locations in the Richmond area.

In a recent Problem Solvers investigation, Henrico Police said Anthony Contino victimized a client at the Short Pump Massage Envy location in August 2019.

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