PALM SPRINGS, CA – On Monday, a court hearing was moved yet again, for Alejandro Adan, 31, who was charged with several counts of sexual assault in March 2019. At the time of his arrest, he was working as a bartender at the Kimpton Rowan Hotel.
He continued to serve the young woman drinks until she became heavily intoxicated, flirting with she and her mother, and “asked to see them after work,” according to court documents.
The victim's mother helped her back to her room, where her daughter took a shower and fell asleep.
The Desert Sun reported:
According to police, Adan initially went to the adjoining rooms of the woman and her mother to return the a wallet, which she had lost earlier in the day. He allegedly returned two more times, and saw the woman’s mother leaving the room on his third visit to meet her husband in the hotel lobby.
When the woman’s parents returned, they saw their daughter “wrapped in a towel, crying and yelling a man was in her room,” according to court documents. The parents allegedly found Adan in her room “buttoning his shorts and tightening his belt.”
The victim's father held Adan until police arrived.
Adan has been charged with intent to commit rape, rape of an unconscious victim, sexual penetration of an unconscious victim, sexual penetration with a foreign object, rape of an intoxicated person, burglary and petty theft. He is currently being held at the Southwest Detention Center on $1 million bail.
His next court appearance is scheduled for March 4, 2021.