SAN DIEGO (KGTV) -- A new allegation has been made by a woman who claims deputy Richard Fisher assaulted her while she was working as a babysitter for the Fischer family.
The 62-year-old alleged victim says she had just started babysitting for Fischer’s family full time when she found herself alone with Richard Fischer.
The woman claims Fischer approached her and gave her a hug after arriving home. According to the claim, “the hug was not a normal hug.”
“Deputy Fischer then began thrusting his groin into her vaginal area with ‘dry hump’ motions,” the claim details.
The woman pushed away from Fischer before he said “What’s the matter? Are you afraid of my wife? Or do you have a boyfriend?” She responded by saying “Both.” According to the claim, Fischer then said: “You should be afraid of my wife.”
The claim states that the alleged victim continued to babysit for the family until November of 2017 when Fischer was escorted home by Internal Affairs and his gun and badge were taken.
The deputy was previously accused of groping 13 women he met while on duty. Fisher was ordered to stand trial and faces more than 14 years if convicted of the charges.
“He had the authority to detain these women," Deputy District Attorney Annette Irving. “He had power over these women, who were all vulnerable. These women needed help, not sex."
Fischer is scheduled to be back in court on June 20.