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Massage practitioner accused of sexual misconduct

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State health officials have suspended the license of Snohomish County massage practitioner Judson Karl Lentz on sexual misconduct charges.
The state agency alleges that Lentz rubbed a client’s breasts during several massage appointments, engaged in inappropriate touching of a client’s private areas and other sexual acts.
Lentz can’t practice in Washington until the charges are resolved, and has 20 days to respond and ask for a hearing.
The Department of Health took the action to immediately suspend Lentz’s license Friday.
Documents outlining the case are available at fortress.wa.gov/doh/providercredentialsearch.
The Department of Health licenses can take disciplinary action on a variety of professions providing medical services to the public.
Story tags » Sex Crimes

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