NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WTVF) — A man was arrested and charged after an undercover investigation found that he was performing massages at his home without a license.
Metro Nashville Police Special Victims Division Human Trafficking Detectives charged 33-year-old Tarek Mentouri with felony impersonation of a licensed professional.
Mentouri's license was revoked last August by the Tennessee Massage Licensing Board following multiple allegations of sexual misconduct with clients during appointments.
On Tuesday, undercover detectives set up a deal with Mentouri for a massage at his Glade Street residence. After Mentouri was paid prior to a massage, officers arrested him. A judicial commissioner set Mentouri’s bond at $2,500.
The investigation is ongoing.