A masseur hired by Sir Paul McCartney has been accused of sexually assaulting one of the stars employees.
Daniel Pytarlz is facing trial this week accused of groping a female employee of McCartney's at a London clinic in 2009.
It is alleged that Pytarlz was booked to massage McCartney and his girlfriend Nancy Shevall, now his wife, when he offered to massage the woman for free in advance.
Giving her side of the story, the unnamed woman told the court that: '‘It felt like it went on for ever. I was frightened that if I said anything, as far as I knew I was alone in this place with him."
"He could have locked the door. I had no idea what could have happened. I just wanted to get through it and get out of there."
Pytarlz is facing trial at Southwark Crown Court accused of touching 18 female clients over a period of two and a half years, offering women ‘tantric massages’ and ‘deep relaxation massages’, which prosecutors believe to be euphemisms for his ‘predatory behaviour’.