Sexual Harassment and Criminal Sexual conduct charges For Man Posing as PCA

Corey Gordon was convicted of third degree criminal sexual conduct in Hennepin County, Minnesota. He pretended he was a personal care attendant (PCA) to a vulnerable adult. They had sex multiple times over several months. He took her for coffee to the Mall of America. The woman was ten years younger than him. Her mother saw him reading about her disabilities on his Ipad. When she arrived at her therapy session, she was told that her PCA was waiting for her. The mother saw it was Gordon and confronted him. Gordon pretended he didn’t know her. The victim never actually had a PCA. He posed as a PCA and engaged in sexual contact with the victim.  He tricked security at Courage Center in Golden Valley and snuck into her dressing room.  The victim is 32 and has a rare brain disease.

Gordon and the victim texted over several months and the victim’s family told Gordon to leave her alone. Gordon went to trial and was found guilty of third degree criminal sexual conduct for posing as a PCA so that he could have sex with the victim. He was found guilty and lost at trial. He now could serve life in prison.  Gordon also has a 2011 conviction for failure to register as a predatory offender, disorderly conduct, illegal weapon possession and second-degree assault.

If you have been charged with a sexual harassment claim such as third degree criminal sexual conduct please contact Max Keller.  If convicted of sexual harassment or criminal sexual conduct, you may be facing substantial prison time. The attorneys at Keller Law Offices are ready to help you with the sexual harassment allegations against you. They have helped other people in the same situation as you, in counties all over Minnesota.  Some defenses may include consent, alternate perpetrator, or mistake of age. Max Keller has handled many sexual harassment cases throughout Minnesota and has won jury trials. Max Keller offers a free consultation. Call today at 952-912-1421.

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