Illinois haunted house worker gets too creepy, gets arrested & fired

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A haunted house worker in Illinois has been arrested for getting a little too real with patrons of a haunted house.

23-year-old Robert Keller of Algonquin, Ill. is accused of saying inappropriate comments and touching patrons in an unwelcomed way. He was charged over the weekend with battery and disorderly conduct.

Police say Keller is accused of using an electrical neck massager on a teenage girl inappropriately as she waited to get into a haunted house.

In addition, Kane County Prosecutors accuse Keller of speaking to her inappropriately.

Dressed like a bloody clown, Keller was a volunteer worker at the Massacre Haunted House.

A spokesperson for the haunted house says Massacre Haunted House has been in business for over a decade serving over 100,000 patrons and has done so without incident.

Keller is no longer working with the operation in Montgomery.

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