Guests at a wedding were left in shock and surprise after the venue of the wedding was stormed by the Police to arrest the groom who allegedly sexually assaulted a teenage waitress.
The groom who was identified as Matthew Aimers , 31, allegedly hit on the underage waitress and ‘asked her to go outside and make out’,adding they could ‘do whatever you want’.
He offered her $100, according to the teen, and told her to ‘kiss him like she means it.’
After she shrugged off his advances, he allegedly followed her inside a bathroom stall where groped her and exposed himself.
The young woman was left ‘shaken’ by the incident on November 24, according to an affadavit.
Northampton Township police say he was “pushing and punching people” when they at arrived at the Northampton Valley Country Club in Philadelphia.
He reportedly put up strong resistance to being arrested and attempted to entice the cops into a fight.
Officers were forced to restrain him with a taser after he boarded a shuttle bus parked near the country club.
A country club employee told the officers the groom had punched him after he tried to stop him from bringing alcohol outside, according to local reports .
He appeared in court on Wednesday over charges of indecent assault, indecent exposure, imprisonment of a minor, harassment, and related offenses.
His attorney, Louis Busico, said his client “absolutely denies all charges.”
Aimers was released Wednesday after posting 10 percent of $350,000 bail. He faces a preliminary hearing in the sex assault on Feb. 21.