South Florida massage therapist accused of touching clients' breasts, genitals

Mark Good, 52, pleads not guilty to battery

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WILTON MANORS, Fla. – A South Florida massage therapist pleaded not guilty Thursday to battery in connection with allegations made against him earlier this year.

According to a police report, Mark Good, 52, inappropriately touched at least three women who received massages from him at Chi Spa at 2415 N. Dixie Highway in Wilton Manors.

Detectives said one of the victims came forward to authorities after her massage on Feb 11.

The woman claimed she had paid for a Swedish massage and was escorted into a room and was instructed by Good to get undressed and lay on the massage table.

The victim said she left only her panties on and covered her body with a blanket before Good came back into the room.

About 30 minutes into the massage, Good placed his hands underneath the woman's underwear and began touching her vagina, police said.

Detectives said Good took the woman's underwear off and licked her vagina and both of her breasts.

Another woman called police March 9 to report that she was also inappropriately touched by Good.

Police said the spa's owner, Kimberly Cooper, said she was aware of this incident because the woman called to ask for her money back and told her that she had felt Good's breath near her breasts and said he crawled on the table to put his head between her legs.

Police said Cooper mentioned a third possible victim who complained about Good on Feb. 23. Cooper said the woman told the receptionist that she would not tip Good because he "was doing way too much touching."

Detectives reached out to the woman, who said that she felt the massage was getting too sensual because Good was rubbing her breasts very slowly. She said Good did not touch her genitals.

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