& Return= https %3A%2F%2Fomaha. com%2Fnews%2Flocal%2Fcrime-and-courts%2Fomaha-chiropractor-accused-of-sexually-assaulting-a-client-appears-in-court% 2Farticle_e46857f1-4a07-5c05-995b-1023d35bdcab. html #tracking-source=green-subscribe-button & ir =true” class =”btn btn-success”> An Omaha chiropractic physician is implicated of using opioid-laced cookies and blackberry brandy to incapacitate a client before sexually attacking her. Matthew Skaff, 51, was charged Thursday with first-degree sexual assault. He was purchased held on$75,000 bail. Skaff was reserved into jail Monday in connection with
an alleged attack on a 50-year-old female at his apartment or condo on Oct. 18. Matthew Skaff The woman informed Omaha police the next day that she had been assaulted. The lady had actually gone to Skaff's apartment near 120th Street and West Maple Road to get her back changed, something she and other customers routinely did, said Eric Fabian, a deputy prosecutor with the Douglas County Attorney's Office. The female had actually been going to Skaff for chiropractic services for a number of years, Fabian said.
The female stated Skaff served her cookies and shots of blackberry brandy, which she accepted. She stated she then felt as though she could not move. Skaff, she stated, then removed her clothing and digitally permeated her.
The woman later went to a pal's house, who reported to cops that the female was “out of it.” The woman then went to a healthcare facility, where she checked favorable for sedatives and opioids, Fabian said.
Authorities obtained a warrant to browse Skaff's house and discovered the cookies. Outcomes of tests on the cookies aren't yet finished.