Stunned, the woman remained silent for several minutes and Nelson groped her, a Bellevue detective said in charging papers. She then left and brought her concerns to the spa manager. Contacted by a detective in February, Nelson denied any wrongdoing and suggested the woman had concocted the complaint to avoid paying for the massage, according to charging documents. Writing the court, Senior Deputy Prosecutor Carla Carlstrom said Nelson was previously subject to two sexual misconduct investigations by the Department of Health. State records show Nelson has not been cited for misconduct.
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