Villainous Texas janitor is being sued for $1million after ‘scrubbing his penis inside doctor’s office workers’ water bottles and giving THIRTEEN incurable herpes’
- Lucio Diaz, 50, admitted to doing the act claiming he had an ‘illness’
- A victim described her heartache at not being able to kiss her babies anymore
- Diaz was filmed performing a sinister act after employees noticed a foul smell coming from their water bottles and office dispenser
A janitor accused of spreading incurable herpes to 13 female colleagues after rubbing his penis inside their water bottles is being sued for $1 million.
Lucio Diaz, 50, was filmed sticking his genitals in female-owned water bottles at the doctor’s office where he worked in East Houston.
A lawsuit filed on Thursday confirmed he was being sued by 13 women who all later tested positive for «incurable sexually transmitted diseases that will forever affect their lives».
Lucio Diaz, 50, was arrested and charged with indecent assault and aggravated assault with a deadly weapon after sticking his penis in an employee’s water bottle and peeing in it
A woman has revealed her condition has stopped her from kissing her babies.
Diaz admitted the act with malicious intent, claiming he had an «illness» and also committed the crime at his former workplaces.
However, he denied knowing he had chlamydia and herpes simplex virus 1 – the latter of which is incurable and causes cold sores.
Lawyers said the sinister act was simply part of her ‘daily cleansing ritual’.
The plaintiffs seek damages from Diaz, his employer, the owners of the building and the property management company.
Office workers initially grew suspicious of Diaz after noticing that water bottles and dispensers in the office were often filled with yellow liquid and gave off a foul odor.
A woman, identified by police as MA, complained to her doctor and a urinalysis test confirmed that her water bottle contained traces of urine.
MA then installed spy cameras which captured the janitor sneaking into his office and deliberately rubbing his genitals on his water bottle.
They alerted the managers of the building where he worked but it took them six days to notify the other offices.
Meanwhile, Diaz – who claims he didn’t know he had STDs – was caught doing it again with another employee’s water bottle.
Lawyers said the move gave Diaz «free rein» to commit another assault, meaning more people came into contact with his bodily fluids.
He was arrested on October 5 and charged with «aggravated assault – bodily harm with a deadly weapon». He later tested positive for STDs.
An employee, known as MA, installed security cameras in his office and caught him in the act
MA, (pictured), accused him of peeing in his water and contaminating the office water dispenser in separate incidents in August and September
Court records show Diaz was given $75,000 bond after his arrest.
The lawsuit was originally filed on behalf of four women, but nine more have since come forward.
They are represented by the law firm of Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Agosto, Aziz & Stogner.
One of the victims said in a statement given to the Sacramento Bee: «I (can’t) leave my water bottles anywhere or my cups at a party anymore…because I don’t want anyone grab what i got because a monster decided to do what he did to me without my consent.
«But what hurts me the most is that every time my babies want to kiss me, I have to turn my head and tell them to kiss mommy on the forehead or I have to kiss my babies on the back. and not on the cheeks… they are too young to understand what is happening to their mother.
MA, also spoke to ABC-13 when Diaz was first arrested — although her face was obscured to protect her identity.
«This individual is a sick man,» she said.
“I want this to go to trial. I want him exposed for who he is, and I want him to pay for what he did to me and then get kicked out.
A lawsuit was filed on Thursday on behalf of 13 female victims seeking damages worth $1 million