The owner of a used car business is accused of touching two women inappropriately and without their consent.
Peter Postupack Jr., 63, the owner of Pete’s Bridge Street Motors in New Cumberland, is charged with two counts each of indecent assault and harassment.
One woman told police she purchased a car from the business in 2015 and still owed money on it. Since she was short on her payments, Postupack allegedly said he would not repossess her vehicle in exchange for sexual favors, according to charging documents filed Friday by New Cumberland police.
ABC27 News spoke to the woman and kept her identity secret.
“After three years, how could he do it?” she said “How could he do that, just say okay, now I want my payment for sex. The car is yours if you give it to me.”
After several months of the alleged harassment, the woman said Postupack touched her inappropriately on November 1.
“When I went to make a payment, he had grabbed me between the legs, and he also grabbed my breasts, and he was forcing then to kiss me,” she said.
“I’m looking for a lawyer,” she said. “I’m disabled. I have anxiety. I’m stressed. I’m having nightmares.”
The next day, another customer said she went to the business because she had problems with her car. Postupack allegedly touched her inappropriately, too, the complaint states.
The woman we spoke with said she believes there are more victims. She encouraged them to come forward.
We reached out to the dealership for a comment but did not hear back.