A local Nashville News Channel has booked a massage with the STILL NOT DEAD accused sexual predator Tarek Issack Mentouri. And you have to see the video here it is awesome. You should see his scared ass when the reporter showed up.
Also, once more with feeling…
Fifteen women have come to News4 Investigates with claims of similar, troubling stories of inappropriate sexual behavior by a massage therapist Tarek Mentouri, and the former member of the massage board is calling the state investigation a “breach in public safety.”
Several of the woman have filed police reports or complaints with the state department of health or have email or text communication with Mentouri.
News4 Investigates has confirmed the complaints to the state go back much further than previously known and raise continued questions why it took state investigators so long to hold a hearing to strip Mentouri of his license.
News4 Investigates obtained one complaint to the state from September 2017 in which a woman went for a massage and experienced what police would later call in a report as “provocative sexual assault.”
It would take three years after that for the state board of massage licensure to hold the hearing to revoke Mentouri’s license.
It meant when Mentouri’s former customer Julia Stone went to get a massage in 2019, she had no idea that women had filed complaints about him.
“It was sexual assault,” Stone said in describing what happened during her massage.
Stone said Mentouri rubbed his face on her feet and placed his male genitalia on her hand.
“It was pretty traumatic,” Stone said.
Stone immediately reported the incident to investigators with the department of health as well as police.
When she saw the stories of other women on News4, she said the trauma returned.
“When I saw that news story it kind of destroyed me. I was angry. I was upset,” Stone said. “I hate that it’s happened to so many women. It breaks my heart.
It didn’t need to happen to this many. “
For three days, News4 Investigates asked for an interview from the state department of health to explain their investigation.