Healer Accused of Raping Woman During Raw Egg Spiritual Cleansing Allegedly Had Another Victim
The bizarre case of a man accused of posing as a spiritual healer so that he could to lure a woman to a hotel room and rape her just got even worse: the suspect allegedly had another victim.Today the District Attorney in Orange County filed an amended complaint against the suspect Alberto Flores Ramirez, according to the City News Service. Last month he was charged with forcible rape, forcible oral copulation and sexual penetration by foreign object against a 33-year-old victim from Simi Valley that he met on a social networking site called Badoo. Today the amended complaint included allegations from a second 49-year-old woman from Las Vegas that he met on Facebook.
The second woman's story is remarkably similar, and she only reported it after she saw media reports about what happened to the woman last month. The second woman told police that she had her own awful, traumatic experience with Ramirez who also offered her a "spiritual cleaning."
The woman got on a bus with a friend in Las Vegas to meet with Ramirez in Santa Ana February 17. He met her at a discount store and told her to buy ammonia and eggs for her own spiritual cleansing to help her with her love life. He offered to do it for free. (Fair warning: this is where the details get bizarre and graphic.)
Prosecutors say Ramirez took her to the Aloha Motel—the same place he took the other woman in April—while her friend waited outside. Inside, he pour ammonia over his victim's head, which made her dizzy and disoriented. He tried to force her to perform oral sex but she was too dizzy. He raped her, as she struggled to stop him, prosecutors told CNS.
The second set of allegations means that he could face a much stiffer sentence if he's convicted. With just one victim, Ramirez initially faced a maximum of 12 years in prison if convicted at trial, but now he faces up to 75 years to life in prison, CNS reported.