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A man is accused of sexual abuse of a cruise ship employee, it appears to have been a priest.
While traveling on a Carnival Cruise ship in August, cruise passenger allegedly exposed himself to a massage (technician and he tried to touch her.
It has been confirmed that a man has been accused of sexual harassment by a massage technician on a cruise ship, it is to be a priest in the Archdiocese of Mobile, Ala.
Sexual abuse charges have been filed against the Amal Samy, of Mount Vernon, Ala., that is, by the court on Nov. 13, Fox 10 reports. He denies any wrongdoing.
The incident reportedly took place on the Carnival Fantasy cruise ship while it is at sea, in the month of August. The victim said that the secret passage, tried to get her to touch it several times. He also allegedly exposed himself during a massage and asked her to perform a sex act on him.
Secret passage, refused to remove his skin during the massage, but it was that he was naked beneath them, WKRG reports.
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After the news of the incident broke, it was revealed that the secret passage was a priest of the Archdiocese of Mobile, Ala.
In a statement obtained by WKRG, a spokesman for the archdiocese, said: “The Archdiocese of Mobile, learned last week that the charges against the Father, Amal Samy, J. G. N., Father Samy, denies the charges. The Archdiocese takes all such allegations very seriously. It is our policy not to comment on pending legal matters.”
A representative for Carnival Cruise Line was not immediately available for comment on the incident.
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In other cruise news, a German couple said that it filed a lawsuit against the TUI Cruises fleet, and to claim that they have been removed from the ship at the beginning of November and have loud sex with the balcony door open.
In a statement to Fox News, TUI Cruises fleet could not confirm as to why they were removed from the ship, can only say that they were removed for their own safety and the safety of the passengers.
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Fox News’ Michael Bartiromo, contributed to this report.