By: Len Kiese
Oct 5, 2018
The former law enforcement officer said she began seeing De Jesus as a patient last year for anxiety, depression, panic disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder. "I was there at one of the darkest points in my life, seeking help," she said.
KISSIMMEE, Fla. - A woman said she trusted an Osceola County therapist to help her through one of her darkest times. Instead, she said he took advantage of her.
"It is the most disgusting feeling and such a violation," she said. She is not being identified to protect her privacy.
The Kissimmee Police Department said more women have come forward with accusations against that mental health counselor and Episcopal priest, bringing the number of accusers now to three.
The suspect is already facing battery charges, but even with these two other accusers he's not facing any more charges so far.
Police said a Kissimmee woman won't press charges but will testify against the counselor when he heads to trial.
The other accuser said it happened in California, so it would be up to authorities there to bring charges.
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