A 57-year-old Lincoln man accused of sexually assaulting adolescents in the 1980s and 1990s says the allegations are ruining him.
Michael Miller so far faces two counts of sexual assault stemming from reports by two men. One of them, now in his 30s, told police that Miller had sex with him when the man was 16. Police say three other men also have come forward to say that Miller assaulted them.
Miller says that the allegations have "ruined my business. They've ruined my reputation, and I'm nearly bankrupt."
Miller said he wanted to say more but his lawyer had advised him against doing so.
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