Caught on audult cam
The facility housed 12 female patients between two buildings, court records say.
The 83-year-old would look at her daughter with "sadness in her eyes" whenever the daughter had to leave, and started to hold her hand longer, the police report says.
The daughter installed a surveillance camera in her mother's room to monitor the care she was receiving.
But in 2016, he challenged those requirements, which were imposed upon him at sentencing, in the state Court of Appeals, calling them "constitutionally vague" and claiming they have nothing to do with the crime for which he was convicted.
The Court of Appeals agreed with him in a decision they issued Monday, adding that the restrictions were too broadly applied and that sex businesses or sexual viewing materials are not related to the original crime.
A woman is suing the state Department of Social and Health Services after Laszlo Molnar, pictured, sexually assaulted her mother, who was a patient at AA Adult Family Home in Auburn.
Some viewers were disturbed that the image was caught on camera, but Audubon Society of Western Pennsylvania spokeswoman Rachel Handel tells the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette that the feeding behavior was perfectly normal.
The daughter and other family members began to notice bruising on the woman -- 83 at the time -- in November 2014, and believed she suffered a lack of hydration and declining condition, and took on a "defensive posture." They also noticed behavioral changes in her, the lawsuit says.As the end of his minimum sentence approaches, a sentencing review board will determine whether to free him or keep him detained.Molnar and his wife owned AA Adult Family Home Inc., which was shuttered shortly after Molnar's arrest in November 2014.less A woman is suing the state Department of Social and Health Services after Laszlo Molnar, pictured, sexually assaulted her mother, who was a patient at AA Adult Family Home in Auburn. more The daughter of a woman who was sexually assaulted at an Auburn adult-care facility sued the state Department of Social and Health Services (DSHS) earlier this month, claiming the state agency should have known the home violated licensing requirements before she installed a "nanny cam" that caught the owner raping the patient.That the rape occurred is not disputed: Co-owner Laszlo Molnar, now 70, pleaded guilty in August 2015 to second-degree rape and was sentenced to 8½ years to life in prison.The woman sent her mother to AA Adult Family Home in 2011.