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

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The event ended in a drunken brawl after the groom hit on an underage waitress - then followed the teen into a bathroom stall and groped her, according to prosecutors.

Newlywed Matthew Aimers, 31, of Willingboro, told a teenage server at his wedding reception at the Northampton Country Club in November to go outside and "make out" and do "whatever you want" with him, according to a complaint filed by Bucks County, Pennsylvania District Attorney Matthew Weintraub.

Speaking of "all charges", Aimers faces charges of false imprisonment of a minor, corruption of minors, indecent assault, resisting arrest, indecent exposure, disorderly conduct, and harassment.

Shortly after 10 p.m, police were called to the country club, located in Richboro, PA, after reports that a fight had broken out.

When the girl tried to break free, Aimers offered her $100 and told her to 'kiss me like you mean it, ' according to the arrest report obtained by the Philly Inquirer.

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

Aimers pushed the waitress into an empty stall and started forcibly kissing her, she later told police.

After police arrived, Aimers allegedly boarded a shuttle bus parked near the country club and hurled insults at officers before a cop with a taser gun persuaded him to get off the vehicle.

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

Once he was off the bus, the groom physically struggled with police while hurling insults at them before he was eventually taken into custody.

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He told the young girl, whose name or age has not been revealed, they could do "whatever" she wanted, the affidavit states.

His lawyer, Louis Busico, said that Aimers "absolutely denies all charges".

'He maintains his innocence and he looks forward to clearing his name when all this is concluded, ' Busico said. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, Aimers had a preliminary hearing on January 17 and his arraignment will be held in Bucks County Court next week.

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

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