Man accused of sexually assaulting massage therapist at Virginia Beach spa

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Dion Lamont Camp, 32, is accused of sexually assaulting a Sunny Spa employee while she was giving him a massage. (Courtesy of the Virginia Beach Police Department)
Dion Lamont Camp, 32, is accused of sexually assaulting a Sunny Spa employee while she was giving him a massage. (Courtesy of the Virginia Beach Police Department)

VIRGINIA BEACH — A 32-year-old man is facing a felony charge after a Virginia Beach massage therapist said he sexually assaulted her.

Dion Lamont Camp is accused of sexually assaulting a Sunny Spa employee while she was giving him a massage on April 2, according to documents filed in Virginia Beach Circuit Court.

The woman told police that she was working alone at the spa, which is located 4668 Pembroke Blvd., at 9:30 p.m. when Camp paid for an hour-long massage.

About five minutes into the massage, Camp put his hand into the woman’s underwear. She told him to stop, but he began to undress, court documents state.

Camp told the woman to get undressed and lay on the table. When she refused, he threw her onto the massage bed, ripped her underwear and sexually assaulted her, according to court documents.

The woman reported the assault to the Virginia Beach Police Department and had a rape kit done, which showed injuries to her body that were consistent with the assault.

Camp was charged with object digital penetration on April 4. He was granted bond on April 5, and a preliminary hearing in his case is scheduled for June 1.

Mayfield can be reached at adrienne.m@southsidedaily.com.

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Adrienne Mayfield is an award-winning, multi-media journalist hailing from Clermont, Fla. She moved to Lynchburg, Va. on a whim when she was 19, and worked her way to Hampton Roads in 2013. Adrienne is passionate about telling people stories via covering public safety and the judicial system. She isn’t afraid to take a heads-on approach to covering crime, including knocking on doors to get the details police aren’t sharing. Adrienne is a 2014 Old Dominion University graduate who still lives within walking distance of the college. You may see her cruising around Downtown Norfolk on her bike, enjoying a sandwich from Grilled Cheese Bistro or playing fetch with her dog, Greta, at the Colonial Place dog park.