Massage therapist Brad McLellan charged with sexually assaulting woman during massage
Police say McLellan may have also worked with Hockey Canada and Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Games
Calgary police have charged a registered massage therapist with sexual assault on a patient during a massage.
Brad McLellan is accused of sexual assaulting a 25-year-old woman at Centennial Wellness Clinic in downtown Calgary on Dec. 11.
Investigators said the woman went to a local police station after the assault to report it.
McLellan was contracted by Centennial Wellness and rented a space at the clinic at the time of the alleged assault, according to police, who said the the clinic was "very cooperative" throughout the investigation.
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The clinic removed McLellan's bio from its website but his profile photo remained online Thursday after police announced the charges.
Investigators said McLellan may have worked professionally with Hockey Canada and the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Games in the past and may have also treated skeleton and bobsleigh athletes.
His next court appearance is scheduled for Feb. 12.