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Vancouver limo operator has been found guilty of numerous sexual offences against three of his teenage employees.26 Nov 2013

Robert George Maley, 58, was convicted of one count of sexual assault as well as two counts of sexual exploitation. He was however acquitted of accusations of invitations to sexual touching.

A Vancouver limo operator has been found guilty of numerous sexual offences against three of his teenage employees. This shilling story came as a great shock to families and friends in the area, disgusted by the way in which this limo boss used his profession to partake in criminal activity.

Robert George Maley, 58, was convicted of one count of sexual assault as well as two counts of sexual exploitation. He was however acquitted of accusations of invitations to sexual touching.

The firm, Classic Limousine, was used as an organisation to source Maley’s victims, one girl as young at fifteen years old. The accused reportedly met his targets at a karate class in which his son attended.

It is said that this unlawful boss worked very closely with these young girls, having them clean vehicles and taking them out for lunch and dinner in return. Maley also used to pick them up from school, acting as if he was carrying out a selfless act when really it was quite the opposite.

This whole story is riddled with disgust but what really casts an ugly shadow on this episode is one of the young girls claims.
This particular victim says he was forced to wax and shave Maleys private parts with him grabbing her hands, using force to implement sordid activities.

Maley testified that he needed to be waxed for a medical appointment and the activity was voluntarily not sexual. Supreme Court Justice judge Lance Bernard did not believe his testimony and claimed this whole tragedy to be a “series of preposterous stories.”
He has also been accused of wearing exposing work attire. The judge felt Maley was well aware his shorts exposed his genitals to his young female employees and called the accused an “exhibitionist.”

“He got sexual satisfaction by exposing himself to his female teen employees.”

Maley “groomed” the girls and deliberately “sexualised” the workplace so he could commit sex offences against them, added the judge.
Maley reportedly had little reaction to this and continues on bail while he awaits his sentencing.