Psychotherapist Charged Vulnerable Man $200 A Session Then Made Him Have Sex With Her

It’s always a bummer when your psychotherapist turns out to be even more mental than you are, and that was the situation one man found himself in over in Minnetonka, Minnesota.

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As reported by Fox9, Johanna Lee Lamm, 43, spent around eight months taking advantage of the man after he visited her clinic.

By the end of their tryst, Johanna called the police to report that the unnamed man had sexually assaulted her, but it all soon backfired in her face.

The shrink gave cops her phone, and claimed the man would say they were having a consensual affair, which he did. So far, so good as far as her master plan went.

However the man also obviously handed over his phone to police, which contained text messages and audio recordings which backed up his claim that they were in a consensual sexual relationship. Whoops – I guess she was counting on him deleting the messages and recordings?

Johanna was charged with felony criminal sexual conduct, with the charge sheet reading that ‘sexual penetration occurred during the psychotherapy session.’ Freud would have loved that no doubt.

Eventually she admitted during a police interview that all their sex was consensual, and withdrew her claim that the man had sexually assaulted her.

Considering she abused her position as a professional, overcharged a vulnerable man and made a false sexual assault claim, Johanna is looking at up to 15 years in prison and a fine between $10,000 and $30,000.

The best bit is that on Johanna’s website, it says that during sessions she will ‘listen with compassion and offer my observations, insights, or simply my reflective silence.’ More like she will overcharge you, have sex with you and then accuse you of raping her. I guess she may as well take the site down now because I highly doubt she’ll be offering any counselling from here on out.

For the Playboy model who murdered her psychiatrist, put his body in the boot of her car and dumped it in the Nevada desert, click HERE. Guessing the therapy didn’t work out.


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