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Four Females Claim Samuel Nelson Put His Penis on Their Feet; They Did Not Want His Penis on Their Feet

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In June, a woman told Phoenix police that she was pretty sure Samuel Nelson put his penis on her foot while she was sleeping at a relative's house -- which is the second time she believed he'd done this.

Turns out, two other women and a 12-year-old girl told police very similar stories, involving Nelson's penis and their feet, resulting in Nelson's arrest yesterday.

According to court documents obtained by New Times, the woman who reported the incident to police, in June, said she woke up and felt an "oil substance" on her foot, and saw Nelson, who quickly walked away from her. She told police this same thing also played out in 2007.

In late November, police interviewed the 12-year-old, who said she saw Nelson masturbating behind her in an open area at this same relative's house a few years back. Another time, she was sitting on the couch, and Nelson got down on his knees and tried to put his penis on her foot, according to the documents.

The girl told police that on a third occasion, she was sleeping when she felt Nelson put his penis on her foot, the documents say.

A week later, police interviewed another woman -- staying at this same relative's house -- who said she was sleeping earlier this year when she felt Nelson's penis on her foot.

A fourth female, an adult, told police she was also sleeping there when she felt Nelson put his penis on her foot, according to the documents.

Nelson was interviewed by police, but denied all of it, the documents state.

Still, Nelson was jailed on six felony charges, related to sexual abuse and sexual indecency. Given the nature of the charges, Nelson's being held without bond.

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