Pa. Woman Sues Pressley Ridge CEO for Alleged Sex Assault, Hypnosis on His 'Magic Couch'

A Pennsylvania woman has filed suit against the CEO of a non-profit children's therapy services company, alleging that he sexually assaulted her during hypnosis sessions on his "magic couch" and then fired her in retaliation for speaking out. Susan Patroski is seeking $5 million in damages for what she claimed were repeated sexual assaults between December 2008 and December 2009, during what, she said, Pressley Ridge CEO B. Scott Finnell described as employee-mandated relaxation sessions. "I...Full Story
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