Bowling Green massage therapist accused of sexually abusing, video taping customer
BOWLING GREEN,Ky. – A Bowling Green massage therapist was arrested on Wednesday and is accused of sexual abuse and video voyeurism, according to an arrest citation.
On Jan. 21, a woman told police that she had received a massage from Mark Cline, a licensed massage therapist, at a business at 2501 Crossing Blvd Suite 115.
According to the citation, the woman claimed that Cline had reached down into her underwear and touched her genitals without her consent.
On Jan. 27, during a recorded call with the woman and Cline, Cline made admissions to touching her in a sexual manner without her consent, according to the citation.
Cline was located at his residence and was taken to the Bowling Green Police Department. According to the citation, Cline waived his rights and agreed to speak with police.
Cline confessed to giving the woman a massage and touching her genitals without her consent. He also said he used his iPad to record the woman during a previous visit where her breasts would have been exposed, according to the citation.
Cline was held in the Warren County Regional Jail and has been released on a $25,000 bail.