Orlando chiropractor accused of molesting patient arrested again, records show

Agostinho Rodrigues, 62, arrested less than a week after previous arrest

Records show a 62-year-old Orlando chiropractor was arrested Thursday less than a week after his previous arrest in which police said he was accused of molesting one of his patients.

ORLANDO, Fla. – Records show a 62-year-old Orlando chiropractor was arrested Thursday, less than a week after his previous arrest in which police said he was accused of molesting one of his patients.

Police said Agostinho Rodrigues, 62 — a chiropractor with The Healthy Human Personal Training at 1005 Virginia Drive — has been accused multiple times of inappropriately touching his patients.

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According to the Orange County clerk’s website, Rodrigues was arrested Oct. 7 and faces charges of battery and sexual battery.

In that case, a woman told law enforcement that Rodrigues had molested her during a scheduled chiropractic adjustment, investigators said.

The sheriff’s office’s website shows Rodrigues was again arrested Thursday on similar charges — battery and sexual battery.

Detectives said Rodrigues was renting space at The Healthy Human, but it was not immediately clear how he was associated with the business, as his name was not on the company’s website.

Rodrigues was previously accused in 2010 of sexually molesting a teenage girl on the Edgewater High School soccer team during his time as a teacher and soccer coach for the high school.

Rodrigues was found not guilty in that case, and he told the Orlando Sentinel in 2011 that he felt “like I got my life back, and I will continue being a good member of this community, freely.”

According to an arrest affidavit, another woman came forward in June with accusations toward Rodrigues, telling detectives she had been sexually molested during a massage session.

The Orlando Police Department announced there may be more victims and urges possible victims to contact (321) 235-5300 or CRIMELINE at (800) 423-8477.

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