ELGIN, Ill. (WLS) -- The founder of a suburban Islamic school has pleaded not guilty to new charges involving the sexual abuse of an employee.
Prosecutors allege that Mohammad Abdullah Saleem, 75, repeatedly hugged, touched and massaged a 22-year-old worker at the Institute of Islamic Education in Elgin last April.
Because of these charges, three other women joined a civil suit against Saleem.
One woman claims the imam molested her several times when she was a student 15 years ago.
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