Saturday, 23 February, 2019

Douche O' The Day: Groom Sexually Assaults Waitress at His Own Wedding

Groom Allegedly Sexually Assaulted Teenage Waitress and Fought Police at His Own Wedding Groom charged over alleged sexual assault of teenage waitress at own wedding
Deanna Wagner | 10 February, 2019, 18:41

We mentions this as we recently learned of a groom who was escorted out of his own wedding reception in handcuffs after allegedly sexually assaulting a teenage waitress and fighting police.

Matthew Ronald Aimers, 31, of Willingboro, New Jersey, is charged with false imprisonment of a minor, corruption of minors, two counts of indecent assault, indecent exposure, disorderly conduct, and two counts of harassment for his alleged behavior with the minor, and simple assault, terroristic threats, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, harassment, and public drunkenness for his alleged conduct later in the evening, charging documents say.

Police were called to the scene later on because a brawl broke out.

Aimers propositioned the teen by saying they could do "whatever you want", the teen told police, offering her $100 and telling her to "kiss him like she means it".

Police later responded to reports of a fight at the country club where they found Aimers "pushing and punching people" following an argument with an employee about bringing alcohol outside of the venue.

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The waitress said she rejected the man's advances before he later followed her into the women's bathroom, pulling her into a stall, where he allegedly groped her and exposed himself.

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Aimers then tried to board a nearby shuttle bus, despite the officers' commands to surrender.

Authorities were later able to get control of Aimers and he was taken into police custody - after a brief scuffle.

Later in the event, the victim said, she was told by event staff to check the ladies bathroom to ensure it was well-supplied.

His lawyer, Louis Busico, said that Aimers "absolutely denies all charges".

On Wednesday, February 6, Aimers was released after posting ten percent of his $350,000 bond. "He did not commit any crime at his wedding reception and he looks forward to clearing his name after trial".

He had a preliminary court hearing in January and will be arraigned next week.