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INDIANAPOLIS -- A former executive of Indianapolis-based Royal Spa has filed a federal sexual harassment lawsuit against the company and its owner, leveling several lurid allegations against the owner.
Kevin Roessler claims that when Robert Dapper, the company's owner, discovered that he and his wife were swingers, Dapper forced his employee to involve him in sexual activities or lose his job. Roessler said that he was employed by Royal Spa from 2008 to March 2011 as director of business development.
"Fearing for his position at Royal Spa, Kevin eventually relented and secured him an invitation to several of the events," part of the lawsuit read.
Roessler claims that Dapper's sex-related demands escalated over time and that Dapper asked him to acquire more sexual partners for him.
"Using a variety of websites related to the swinger lifestyle, Kevin would arrange sexual encounters for Dapper," part of the lawsuit read. "Kevin was required to attend each of these encounters and to initiate sex in front of Dapper."
Roessler claims in the lawsuit that he was "sickened by the behavior he was being forced to engage in" and that some of the sexual activity involved his wife. "Although these were consensual sexual encounters, he felt that he was being used as (a) pimp to acquire sex for Dapper," part of the lawsuit read. "At all times during these events, Kevin was informed by Dapper that his employment would be adversely affected if he failed to comply." ...
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