Cape Coral Pizza Shop Owner Harry Kaltsounis Sentenced to Jail for Child Abuse of Teen Workers

| Oct 1, 2018 | Sex

Harry Kaltsounis, the owner of Cape Coral’s Pizza Depot, has pleaded to guilty to charged that he sexually abused two underage employees at his pizza shop.  According to the Lee County State Attorney’s Office, Kaltsounis, 62, pleaded guilty to one count of child abuse and one count of battery for actions against two teenage girls who worked for him in 2017.  On October 1, 2018, Kaltsounis was sentenced to one year in Lee County Jail and 48 months of probation.

Kaltsounis owned Pizza Depot on SW Pine Island Road in Cape Coral.  The restaurant is now under new management.   According to the police records, Kaltsounis harassed the girls during their summer job by rubbing against them, requiring them to wear very short shorts, kissing them, groping their vaginal area over their clothing, and embarrassing them in front of other employees.

Attorney Adam Horowitz has many years of experience representing minors who were subjected to sexual abuse. If you or someone you know has been sexually assaulted in the workplace or anywhere else, it is important to have experienced legal counsel. Please call attorney Adam Horowitz at (954) 641-2100 or send an e-mail at [email protected]