A TTC driver has been accused of sexually assaulting a passenger in an employees only room.
Police say officers started an investigation on June 1 after it was alleged that a 54-year-old woman was sexually assaulted in a TTC employee area.
In a release, police say the woman started a conversation with the driver on a bus who accompanied her to the Kipling Station where she bought a Metro Pass.
They continued their talk and walked to a TTC employees-only room at the end of a bus platform for a cigarette.
Once in the room, police say, the accused sexually assaulted the woman.
"It is further alleged that the accused contacted the woman after the assault," police note.
A 61-year-old Toronto man is charged with forcible confinement, sexual assault and criminal harassment. He was to appear in court today.
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