& 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 doctor is accused of utilizing opioid-laced cookies and blackberry brandy to disable a client before sexually attacking her. Matthew Skaff, 51, was charged Thursday with first-degree sexual attack. He was ordered held on$75,000 bail. Skaff was booked into jail Monday in connection with
a supposed assault on a 50-year-old woman at his apartment or condo on Oct. 18. Matthew Skaff The woman told Omaha police the next day that she had been attacked. The lady had gone to Skaff's apartment or condo near 120th Street and West Maple Road to get her back adjusted, something she and other customers consistently did, said Eric Fabian, a deputy prosecutor with the Douglas County Attorney's Office. The woman had been going to Skaff for chiropractic services for numerous years, Fabian said.
The female said Skaff served her cookies and shots of blackberry brandy, which she accepted. She said she then felt as though she could not move. Skaff, she said, then eliminated her clothes and digitally penetrated her.
The lady later on went to a good friend's home, who reported to police that the woman was “out of it.” The lady then went to a health center, where she checked favorable for sedatives and opioids, Fabian stated.
Cops acquired a warrant to search Skaff's apartment or condo and found the cookies. Results of tests on the cookies aren't yet finished.