Woman alleges Massage Envy employee forcibly kissed, groped her

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SHORT HILLS -

Another woman from New Jersey has come forward accusing a Massage Envy employee of sexual assault.

The latest case involves a woman who alleges an employee at the franchise in Short Hills of forcibly kissing and groping her.

Other franchises facing allegations include Piscataway, Closter and Mays Landing.

In the last two years, Massage Envy has faced 400 allegations of assault nationwide, all including male workers and female plaintiffs.

The company is not commenting on legal matters, but did release this statement, "Massage Envy is committed to promoting a safe environment for members, guests and service providers at each of our 1,200 franchise locations nationwide. We urge anyone who experiences anything other than a safe, quality massage, to report it immediately to the franchise location so that it can be investigated.”

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