More sex assault, voyeurism charges laid against Calgary massage therapist

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A Calgary massage therapist who is accused of sexually assaulting a client earlier this year is now facing a host of new charges.

Greg Howden was arrested in July and charged with one count of sexual assault after a woman laid a complaint about an alleged incident in May at a massage clinic.

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Police said at the time that they were checking other allegations against the 36-year-old man.

Investigators looked into time Howden spent working at other businesses in Calgary, including two chiropractic clinics and a health spa.

Police say as a result, Howden now faces a total of 14 charges of sexual assault, along with five counts of voyeurism and one of forcible confinement for incidents that allegedly occurred between November 2015 and last spring.

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Howden will return to court Oct. 9.