McDonald's night manager faces multiple criminal sexual conduct charges

Andrew Otero Albertorio Photo: Hennepin County
Andrew Otero Albertorio

January 22, 2019 12:58 PM

A 24-year-old Maple Grove man is facing five counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct after authorities say he pressured a juvenile employee at the McDonald's where he was the night manager into a series of sexual encounters.

Court records show Andrew Otero Albertorio made his first court appearance Tuesday in Hennepin County. Bail was set at $500,000.


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The criminal complaint alleges Albertorio had repeatedly tried to flirt with the juvenile at work, and had even tried to kiss the individual.

The juvenile said they resisted his advances.

However, the complaint alleges the behavior persisted and the juvenile eventually felt pressured into a series of sexual encounters - both at the McDonald's, in Albertorio's vehicle and at his home in Maple Grove.

The complaint also alleges the two communicated over SnapChat for a period of months, and that the juvenile reported those communications included sexual images.

Warrants have been issued to search those accounts, which could lead to additional charges, the complaint states.

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