Massage Envy therapist accused of sexually abusing woman in Glen Cove

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A Massage Envy therapist is accused of sexually abusing a woman on Long Island.

Police say it happened on Monday at the Massage Envy Spa on School Street in Glen Cove.

A 28-year-old woman told police that during a massage, Erick Joseph, of Baldwin, touched her inappropriately.

The victim claims he manipulated her arm so her hand would touch him.

Glen Cove police are asking any more potential victims to call 516-676-1000.

The arrest comes after Monday's Buzzfeed News report that more than 180 cases of sexual misconduct have been reported at Massage Envy spas across the country.

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