- Masseur Steven Goldberg is charged with raping female client
- He is due to face court in Sydney’s eastern suburbs
- The sensual style is considered the ‘Rolls Royce of massage’
A high-profile masseur famous for giving ‘lomi lomi’ massages to posh residents of Sydney‘s eastern suburbs has been charged with rape.
Steven Goldberg, 67, was arrested at his cliffside home in Dover Heights, in the city’s east, on Monday following an alleged incident.
Police allege Goldberg allegedly sexually assaulted a 33-year-old woman during a massage.
Goldberg was taken to Waverley Police Station and charged with sexual intercourse without consent and sexually touch another person without consent.
A Daily Mail Australia reporter experienced a Goldberg’s famed ‘lomi lomi’ massage in July
Eastern suburbs masseur Steven Goldberg was charged over alleged sexual offences this week. Above, he is escorted from his cliffside house in Dover Heights in Sydney’s east
Goldberg is a ‘Kahuna/Lomi Lomi’ massage specialist.
Police began investigating him earlier this month.
He was due to appear at Waverley Local Court, in Sydney’s eastern suburbs, on Tuesday afternoon.
He was refused police bail.
The Hawaiian style of massage is promoted as the ‘Rolls Royce of massage’.
Goldberg was later interviewed by KIIS FM hosts Kyle and Jackie O, with Jackie attending his cliff-top home clinic.
Goldberg is seen practising massage earlier this year
The home studio where Goldberg practised