SALT LAKE CITY — The owner a Salt Lake club was charged Wednesday with sexually abusing former female workers.
Jorge Adan Bizarro, 36, is charged with three counts of forcible sexual abuse, a second-degree felony.
Bizarro is the owner of the Moose Lounge, 180 W. 400 South. Charging documents say two of his three alleged victims were attacked at that address.
A 33-year-old woman told police that in 2014, Bizarro "followed her to the freezer and locked the door." Bizarro then inappropriately touched the woman and "forcefully put himself" on her, according to the charges.Comment on this story
A 26-year-old woman said a few weeks after that incident, "Bizarro pushed her against a shut door, pinned her arms above her neck and started to kiss her neck," the charges state. She said she was inappropriately touched while repeating, "Jorge stop!"
In 2015, a 39-year-old woman said Bizarro came to her house with wine and champagne. She said she remembered walking in her hallway, then waking up in her bedroom with dried blood on her bed sheets, according to charging documents.
The woman called Bizarro, who "apologized to her" and "told her not to tell anyone, and offered her anything she wanted to keep it a secret," the charges say.
A $100,000 warrant was issued Wednesday for Bizarro's arrest.