Former La Jolla spa owner, 18th accuser, says San Diego Mayor Bob Filner touched her inappropriately

Dianne York and friend, Mark Humphreys, attend Las Patronas' Jewel Ball Aug. 3 at the La Jolla Beach & Tennis Club. Carol Sonstein photo

According to NBC San Diego, La Jolla resident and former spa owner Dianne York has joined the list of women accusing San Diego Mayor Bob Filner of sexual harassment.

York, a businesswoman who owns a mineral make-up company, said the mayor touched her on the behind during a photo op at his office.

York told NBC 7 that she met with Mayor Filner three months ago to discuss concerns about a predatory loan and foreclosure.

York is the former owner of The Spa of La Jolla on Fay Avenue. The now vacant building was formerly home to the Deepak Chopra Center for Wellness. Read more here .

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1 Comment for “Former La Jolla spa owner, 18th accuser, says San Diego Mayor Bob Filner touched her inappropriately”

  1. GreshamR

    Wait, I thought they cleaned up the stench at the cove?

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