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Hotel Manager Caught Sucking Toes of Sleeping Guest

A man from Texas who was at a Hilton Hotel in Nashville for a business conference was awakened when a manager allegedly entered his room with a faux key and began sucking on his toes.

Around 5:30 AM on March 30, a man from Round Rock, Texas, was sleeping in his downtown Nashville Hilton hotel room. It was reported that he was in town on a business trip.

He woke up suddenly to find that a man was allegedly sucking on his toes. The patron reportedly did not know the person in their room and did not know how they got in.

The alleged victim noticed that the intruder reportedly sexually assaulting his feet was an employee of the hotel.

According to reports, the man began to holler at the foot fondler and demanded to know who he was and how he was able to enter the locked door. The suspect did not provide answers to the inquiries, but he was wearing a name tag, and the alleged victim believed it was the night manager.

The hotel security guard on duty was informed about the situation, and the alleged victim did not feel they were helpful, so he notified the authorities.

Officers from the Nashville Metro Police Department went to the hotel, and the man told them he believed the manager made a duplicate key and used it to enter the room.

When the police talked to the manager, he reportedly said he was in the guest’s room because he thought he smelled smoke. They could not find the room key he allegedly duplicated, but he reportedly admitted to creating it.

The suspect was taken into custody on suspicion of aggravated burglary. He is being held in lieu of a $27,000 bond.

The alleged victim reported that he has been struggling since the incident and plans to press charges to collect punitive damages.

If you or someone you love is suspected of a criminal offense, contact Orange County criminal defense lawyer Staycie R. Sena at (949) 477-8088 for a consultation now.

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