Pennsylvania Haunted House Manager Accused of Sexually Assaulting Teen Girl, Supplying Minor Co-Workers with Alcohol
A former haunted house manager in Pennsylvania has been arrested for allegedly sexually assaulting a 14-year-old female co-worker several times over the span of several months in 2021, according to authorities.
According to court documents, Kip Kolesar Jr., 26, allegedly raped the teen about 10 times during the summer and fall of 2021, WJAC-TV reported.
Court records state the assaults reportedly occurred in several locations, including the haunted house where they were both employed. Kolesar is also accused of giving alcohol to minors who were working at the haunted house.
According to The Clearfield Progress News, the alleged sexual assaults of the teen also took place in Kolesar’s car on a dirt road and in the dugout of a nearby baseball field.
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Kolesar was booked into the Clearfield County Prison and is facing 36 criminal charges, including 12 counts of rape by forcible compulsion, 12 counts of statutory sexual assault and 12 counts of aggravated indecent assault.
Bail was denied at a preliminary hearing. Kolesar's next court date is scheduled for May 3.
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