Police: Queensbury massage parlor employee touched clients inappropriately

A Queensbury man is accused of inappropriately touching three clients at a massage parlor where he worked.

Tieli Wang, 54, was charged with three counts of sexual abuse and three counts of forcible touching. The arrest stemmed from a tip that State Police received on March 30 from a client who alleged that Wang inappropriately touched them while they received a massage at the Lily Spa in Queensbury that same day.

Wang allegedly forcibly touched two other clients during the fall of 2023, State Police said. Investigators also learned that Wang was not licensed to perform massage therapy services in New York state.

Wang was issued appearance tickets and released. He is due back in Queensbury Town Court on April 8.

Anyone with information related to these crimes or who believes they may be a victim is asked to contact the State Police station in Queensbury at 518-457-6811 or send an email to Crimetip@troopers.ny.gov.