Doral Spa Facing Two More Sex Assault Suits
Two more women claim they were assaulted during massages at ritzy retreat
LASHKAR GAH, AFGHANISTAN - JULY 26: A British Army sport massage therapist gives a massage to a fellow soldier at the medic centre at the British Army base Task Force Helmand Headquarter on July 26, 2008 in Lashkar Gah, Helmand Province, Afghanistan. The Afghans civilians were at the last moment transfer from the site of the incident directly to the Camp Bastion British Army hospital.Lashkar Gah British army base is home to the PRT (Provincial Reconstruction Team) and Headquarter Task Force Helmand which coordinates all British forces as well as Danish and Estonians battle groups in the Afghan province. The PRT supports the Afghan government with security, development and good governance and has a budget of 60 million GBP for Helmand Province in 2008. (Photo by Marco Di Lauro/Getty Images)
Tuesday, Mar 8, 2011 Updated at 12:01 PM EST
Two more women are set to file lawsuits against the Doral Golf Resort and Spa claiming they were sexually assaulted during spa treatments at the luxury Miami retreat.
Attorney Jeffrey Herman, who has already filed lawsuits against the resort on behalf of two other women who claim they were assaulted during treatments, is representing the two women is the latest lawsuits.
He says both were assaulted in 2010, but didn't discuss the details of the abuses in a written statement released Tuesday. Herman will discuss the new lawsuits during a Tuesday afternoon news conference.
In early February, 27-year-old massage therapist David Munoz was arrested on sexual battery charges after he reportedly assaulted a woman during a January massage session.
A week later, a second woman came forward claiming she was sexually assaulted by Doral Spa worker John J. Pacheco during a massage last summer.
NBC Miami reached out to Doral for comment but they haven't responded.