Groom accused of sexually assaulting server, starting fights at his wedding reception

Groom Allegedly Sexually Assaulted Teenage Waitress and Fought Police at His Own Wedding

Groom Allegedly Sexually Assaulted Teenage Waitress and Fought Police at His Own Wedding

But hours after saying their vows, this groom was in handcuffs, accused of sexually assaulting a teenage waitress in a bathroom stall at his own wedding.

On Wednesday, Matthew Ronald Aimers, 31, of Willingboro, N.J., was arraigned on charges dating from his November 24 wedding in Bucks County, Pa., as originally reported by the Philadelphia Inquirer.

The newlywed faces numerous charges including indecent assault, indecent exposure, false imprisonment of a minor and related offences. While police were speaking to the club's manager about the initial report, a second fight broke out at the club's entrance, according to the criminal complaint.

When the girl tried to break free, Aimers allegedly offered her $100, the documents allege.

Police responded to find the groom, later identified as Aimers, pushing and punching people near the entrance.

A worker alleged Aimers punched him after he tried to stop him from bringing alcohol outside.

The waitress said she rejected the man's advances before he later followed her into the women's bathroom, pulling her into a stall, where he allegedly groped her and exposed himself. Police halted the bus and demanded Aimers get off.

The Northampton Valley Country Club declined's request to comment.

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The waitress told police he started kissing her against her will before trying to unbutton her trousers and then exposed himself. She pushed him off and ran from the bathroom.

Police allege Aimers physically threatened and "continuously called" the arresting officer a "pussy and a bitch" before being taken into custody.

His attorney, Louis Busico, told the Philadelphia Inquirer that his client denies all charges.

Aimers posted 10 percent of his $350,000 bail and has since been released from jail.

"He maintains his innocence, and he looks forward to clearing his name when this is all concluded", said Busico.

Aimers is due back in court for sexual assault on February 21.

It is not clear if his wife is staying with him after the incident.

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