Pharmacist Allegedly Sexually Assaulted Woman He Met on eHarmony (Dating Site)
According to this article, this rapist – a man who raped a woman he met on dating site ‘eHarmony’ was previously married – his wife died years prior.
This goes to show that contrary to what conservatives and Christians teach, being married does not make people more mature, responsible, godly, or loving. Nor does a person have to obtain some kind of perfection (moral or otherwise) to have to “merit” a spouse from God.
July 9, 2020
By Yaron Steinbuch
A Colorado pharmacist allegedly lured an Indiana woman he met on dating site eHarmony to his home with the promise of providing treatment for an ailment — but instead plied her with drugs to sedate her during sexual assaults, according to reports.
Brent Stein, 46, who owns Mountain Key Pharmacy in Florissant, was already on probation after a 2019 conviction for a domestic violence incident when he met the woman on the site on June 8, The Gazette reported.
Stein told the woman he wanted to “court her,” but she told him she was not interested in a sexual relationship at the time and decided to fly to Colorado Springs two days later, according to Fox 21.
He promised the woman he could cure her of a condition similar to one that had claimed the life of his late wife, according to the news outlet.
“During the first night of the victim’s stay (in Stein’s home), the victim engaged in consensual kissing with the suspect … but told the suspect she did not want to have sex with him,” according to the arrest affidavit.
The woman told investigators that Stein gave her an array of medications — including injecting a liquid into her nose from a large syringe — before sexually assaulting her while she was incapacitated.
She said he put tablets into her mouth that made her feel very lethargic and unable to move her arms and legs, Fox 21 reported.
At first, the woman forgave him as she considered the “forced sex” to be the result of him being “lonely and horny,” according to the affidavit.
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