Twin Falls police arrest chiropractor in sexual exploitation case
TWIN FALLS — A Twin Falls chiropractor is charged with engaging in sexual contact with four women during massages that turned increasingly sexual and uncomfortable for his victims as he focused on their inner thighs and breasts and repeatedly brushed against their genitals.
Robert Max Johnson, 54, of Twin Falls was arraigned Tuesday in Twin Falls County Magistrate Court on four misdemeanor counts of sexual exploitation by a medical care provider.
Johnson owned and operated Brain Core Therapy of Southern Idaho, 488 Blue Lakes Blvd. N. Police are still seeking other potential victims who Johnson may have touched inappropriately.
In court documents filed Wednesday, prosecutors laid out a pattern in which Johnson gave massages to women that often lasted much longer than they’d paid for and in which he gradually exploited the women, spending inordinate amounts of time massaging their inner thighs, brushing up against their genitals and fondling the breasts of two of his victims.