The total number of women alleging they were sexually assaulted on Massage Envy tables has grown from four to five, their lawyers say.
The latest case occurred at Massage Envy of Short Hills, the second complaint for the location, NJ.com reports .
The five woman also claim incidents in Closter , Mays Landing and Piscataway and are represented by attorneys from Laffey, Bucci & Kent.
The newest victim says she was forcibly kissed and groped by a male therapist who then asked "How far can we go?" the article says.
Massage Envy CEO released a letter last year saying the company strengthened its existing policies on prevention and handling of inappropriate conduct in the massage therapy room.
There have been more than 400 allegations of sexual assault at Massage Envy locations nationwide in the past two years, according to the National Center on Sexual Exploitation. The organization added Massage Envy to its 2019 " Dirty Dozen List " of contributors to sex exploitation.
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