A 24-year-old cable installer has been accused of raping a 72-year-old woman with Alzheimer's, according to a new lawsuit.
The alleged sexual assault happened in April 2017 at the Dallas, Texas home of an unnamed elderly woman when Moises Cabrera went to set up her cable, internet and phone services.
Cabrera at the time had been employed with Charter Communications, a company branded under Spectrum, according to his Facebook page, and also third-party installation company, DCOMM Inc.
The contractor left Charter Communications when the abuse allegations surfaced, WFAA first reported.
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Moises Cabrera, 24, (seen in a mugshot obtained by WFAA) has been accused of sexually assaulting a woman, 72, with Alzheimer's
Cabrera at the time had been employed with Charter Communications, a company branded under Spectrum
The lawsuit said he was also employed under third-party installation company, DCOMM Inc.
The alleged victim has filed a lawsuit against both Charter Communications and DCOMM Inc.
Disturbing new details about the alleged sexual assault have newly surfaced.
The elderly woman claimed in April 2017, Cabrera asked her to go to her bedroom after he set up her services, where he allegedly told her to take off her pants.
Cabrera then allegedly sexually assaulted the woman before he departed her home.
Shortly after, the woman's niece, who has also remained unidentified, paid a visit to her aunt's home, where the woman informed her about the alleged assault.
The lawsuit obtained by the news station said the elderly woman was 'traumatized and in a state of shock.'
The woman's niece and her niece's husband immediately called police to report the alleged incident.