The woman later “kept saying that she felt like it was her fault,” while an “advocate kept holding (her) hand telling her she did not do anything wrong,” according to the police narrative.
After consulting with state police and the Oswego County District Attorney’s office, “it was determined that there was no crime according to NYS Penal Law and was more two adults having consensual sex,” according to the police report.
The woman believed “he was referring to sex” when he allegedly mentioned “more than” kissing and she “left the apartment because she wasn’t comfortable,” according to the report.“At no time did the male make any sexual references or touch her or expose himself to her,” the woman told police, who determined no crime was committed.
Over the last several months The Palladium-Times has interviewed 15 women who allege Waterbury solicited sex-for-rent scenarios while they viewed apartments or rented from him in episodes dating back to the 1980s.
Police noted the woman said she never told Waterbury “no, stop, or that she did not want to do this,” according to the report.