Masseuse accused of raping customer at Logan Airport

Olive Rios
May 26, 2017

A man who works at a business located inside Boston Logan Airport was arrested Wednesday for allegedly raping a customer.

The victim, a 25-year-old woman from out of state, popped into the location for a massage while awaiting her flight to depart.

The woman said Williams brought her to a back room of the studio, and about 35 minutes into the hour-long massage, raped her, police said.

The Be Relax studio issued a statement saying they are cooperating with authorities.

Police say 29-year-old Darnell Williams, of Boston, was arraigned Thursday on a count of rape. She immediately asked for the message session to end, but Williams allegedly continued to touch her inappropriately before leaving the room suddenly. The woman left the studio and became ill in the airport, and throughout her flight, according to the statement.

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The victim later told a relative what happened and contacted Massachusetts State Police on Monday.

Police found that Williams was the only employee working at Be Relax Sunday night, and he matched the victim's description.

Troopers interviewed Williams and then arrested him, according to the statement. He is employed by Be Relax, which is a sub-tenant of Airmall, the company responsible for managing businesses inside Logan Airport.

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