Spa CEO Forces Himself on Employees, Arrested

Published: 31st January 2015 06:00 AM  |   Last Updated: 31st January 2015 04:53 AM   |  A+A-

BENGALURU: Hennur police on Thursday arrested the chief executive officer of a spa for allegedly forcing his employees to have sex with him and his clients. The accused is Leroy Ashley Tills (32), CEO of Lorna Blossom Healthcare and Spa, Banaswadi.

Police said Tills had opened the spa about a month ago. He hired female masseurs hailing from Kerala, Nagaland, West Bengal and Assam. He recently called two of his employees to his home in Geddalahalli, Hennur, and asked them to give him a massage. According to police sources, he later forced them to undress and told them that they will have to have a physical relationship with him. Acting on a tip-off, the police arrested him. They later learnt that similar incidents were taking place in another spa run by Tills in Koramangala.

Man Kills Mason

A 20-year-old mason was killed allegedly by the owner of the house where he was working. Electronics City police said the incident came to light when a few residents of Vishwapriya Layout informed the police about a fight in one of the houses in the area. But when police reached the spot, they found the body of mason Ravi.

They are now on the lookout for Lingaraju (35), a garment factory worker, and Ravi (25), who is believed to have helped Lingaraju murder the mason. 

According to preliminary investigation,  Lingaraju had given about `50,000 to Ravi to build a house in Begur. However, he recently found that Ravi had not started the work. When Lingaraju questioned him, Ravi refused to return the money.

After a number of altercations, Lingaraju asked Ravi to come to his house in Electronics City around 9 pm on Thursday. Their confrontation took an ugly turn and Lingaraju allegedly hit Ravi on the head with a pickaxe, killing him on the spot.


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