In a MDH report it was alleged that a client at Butterfly Bound Care was sexually abused when the alleged perpetrator (AP) abused a client when he had sex with the client, gave the client $100.00, and then told the client would get kicked out if she told anyone.
Report that Client abused, then paid, the threatened at Care Facility
According the MDH abuse was substantiated against Butterfly Bound Care and the AP were responsible for the maltreatment. The facility failed to ensure that the AP completed training on staff/client boundaries. The AP told the client that if she had sex with him, he would make sure that she was not kicked out of the home. The AP gave the client $100 and then told her that is she told anyone about the incident she would be kicked out of the home.
On the evening of the incident, the AP gave the client a back massage. The AP then asked the client to have sex with him. The AP told the client he would give her $100 for sex. The AP took the client in his car to the bank and to Walgreens. The AP left the other clients alone in the facility.
The AP brought the client back to the Butterfly Bound Care facility where they engaged in sex. Afterward, the AP told the client not to tell anyone or he would make sure she was kicked out of the facility. The client moved out of the facility about two weeks later.
Police Contacted Concerning Assault / Abuse at Butterfly Bound Care
During an interview, the client said she reported the incident to a county worker, who contacted the police.
The investigation with the Minnesota Department of Health resulted in the conclusion that abuse was substantiated.
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