It was a night to remember for a barber shop in the Washington area.
The Barbershop at The Hillside Hotel reopened after nearly two years out of business after the owners and barbers of The Hillhouse Barbers shop were charged with felony charges.
The Hillside barbers, who are located at The Plaza Hotel in Westwood, were charged by the state Department of Health with having “non-consensual sexual intercourse with a minor.”
The Hill house was not in operation when the alleged incident occurred.
The District’s Attorney’s office said the charges stemmed from an incident in October 2014 in which the barbers had consensual sex with a woman who was 21 years old.
The woman later reported the alleged encounter to police.
According to a police report obtained by The Washington Times, a man and a woman were sitting in the same room and the man was allegedly “shooting up” after “having sex with [the woman] and drinking alcohol.”
The woman told police that she later had a consensual sex session with the man, but the man claimed the woman had “had an abortion.”
The woman told investigators that the man left the barber chair and then returned to “go home” to a friend, who was also there.
The man told police he had sex with the woman again “after he was at home.”
In the police report, the woman said she woke up to find her clothes had been “tied and tied up.”
The man had “made a note” on her clothes and asked her to keep the note.
She also said the man told her she was pregnant and that she had a “very large baby.”
The Hill House is owned by Joseph and Marjorie Hill.
The couple also owns the Hillhouse Casino and Golf Club in Alexandria, Va.
The Washington Times is not naming the Hill House or the couple because they are not named as defendants.
The Hill House told the Washington Times that they are cooperating with the investigation.