A man who allegedly performed laser hair removal without a license at his Glendale establishment is scheduled to be in court today to face a charge of sexually assaulting a client, the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office announced.
Antonio Nozar, aka Ali Nozar, (dob 2/23/68) of Glendale faces one misdemeanor count each of practicing medicine without a certificate and sexual battery.
Also named in case 6GD02106 is co-defendant Hooshang Tabibian (dob 9/1/39) of Los Angeles who faces one misdemeanor count of conspiring, aiding or abetting another to practice medicine without a certificate.
Arraignment is scheduled today for Nozar in Department 2 of the Los Angeles County Superior Court, Glendale Branch. Tabibian is scheduled to be arraigned in Department 2 on Nov. 15.
Nozar is alleged to have been performing laser hair removal procedures using Tabibian's name and medical license to make his business appear legitimate, prosecutors said. On Aug. 5, 2015, Nozar is accused of sexually assaulting a client during her treatment at his Smooth Skin Laser Clinic, prosecutors added.
If convicted as charged, Nozar faces one year and six months in county jail and Tabibian faces one year in jail. Both defendants also face a maximum $10,000 fine.
The case remains under investigation by the Glendale Police Department.
Los Angeles County District Attorney / case 6GD02106 / October 14, 2016