A 22-year-old Naperville man who was allegedly sexually abused by a Warrenville Lifetime Fitness trainer is now suing the club, CBS reports.
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By Collin Czarnecki, Naperville Patch A 22-year-old Naperville man who was allegedly sexually abused by a Lifetime Fitness trainer when he was 16 has filed a lawsuit against the club in Warrenville, CBS Chicago reports. Get news in your inbox. Sign up for the Patch newsletter. Like Wheaton Patch on Facebook. The man alleges that Lifetime Fitness in Warrenville hired trainer Robert Theodore, 60, of Woodridge, without completing a proper background check on him, CBS reports. Theodore pleaded not guilty in October to charges he sexually abused the boy in a hot tub at the Warrenville fitness center, the Daily Herald reports. Theodore, who worked at Lifetime Fitness as a track/triathlon trainer, had inappropriate sexual contact with the …
Robert Theodore pleads not guilty in DuPage County to charges he sexually abused a 16-year-old boy in a hot tub in Warrenville, the Daily Herald reports.
A former fitness trainer charged pleaded not guilty Monday to charges he sexually abused a boy in a hot tub at a Warrenville fitness center, the Daily Herald reports. Robert Theodore, 60, of Woodridge was charged last month with three counts of aggravated sexual abuse, Class 2 felonies, according to DuPage County State’s Attorney Robert Berlin. If Theodore is found guilty he faces up to seven years in prison. Theodore had inappropriate sexual contact with the Naperville minor, then 16, on a number of occasions, according to a news release from Berlin’s office. The abuse allegedly took place at Theodore’s home, the boy’s home and at a local gym where he would train the boy, according to the release. Theodore worked at Life Time Fitness in …