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Groom charged over alleged sexual assault of teenage waitress at own wedding

10 February 2019, 06:42 | Devin Moran

Matthew Aimers with his wife Kayla at the wedding reception he was later arrested

Matthew Aimers with his wife Kayla at the wedding reception he was later arrested

In another photo, the bride embraces her tuxedo-clad husband on a dance floor engulfed in the mist of a smoke machine.

A groom was handcuffed at his own wedding for allegedly groping a teenager and exposing himself in a bathroom stall.

Matthew Ronald Aimers, 31, of Willingboro, New Jersey, is charged with false imprisonment of a minor, corruption of minors, two counts of indecent assault, indecent exposure, disorderly conduct, and two counts of harassment for his alleged behavior with the minor, and simple assault, terroristic threats, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest, harassment, and public drunkenness for his alleged conduct later in the evening, charging documents say.

When the girl tried to break free, Aimers offered her $100 and told her to 'kiss me like you mean it, ' according to the arrest report obtained by the Philly Inquirer. She was shaken by the conversation, rejected his advances and walked away.

The victim explained to authorities that Aimers later followed her into the women's restroom where he cornered her in a bathroom stall. Then he tried to unbutton her trousers before exposing himself to her.

Aimers then allegedly began kissing the girl and rubbing her genitals with his fingers over her trousers, the victim told police. Aimers then exposed his penis and began rubbing it against the girl's genitals, she told police. She pushed him off and ran from the bathroom.




Shortly after 10 p.m, police were called to the country club, located in Richboro, PA, after reports that a fight had broken out.

Aimers then tried to board a nearby shuttle bus, despite the officers' commands to surrender. The disgruntled groom continued to argue with police before he was eventually taken into custody.

An employee told officers that Aimers had punched him after he tried to stop the groom from bringing alcohol outside.

He was released after posting $35,000 bail and will be arraigned on February 21. He's expected to be arraigned at Bucks County Court next week.

What happened on November 24 at the Northampton Valley Country Club?

His lawyer, Louis Busico, says Aimers "completely maintains his innocence on all charges".



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