New developments in case local CEO accused of drugging, raping women

By Joel Eisenbaum - Investigative Reporter

HOUSTON - There are new developments in the case of a local CEO accused of date raping his own employees.

A federal judge says Henry Morris has been tampering with his ankle monitor, perhaps trying to take it apart and alter it. The judge has now revoked Morris' bond and he is headed to a federal detention facility.

Morris, 66, is accused of drugging and raping several women who work for him at a Houston company called Edible Software. Morris admitted he drugged and sexually assaulted several women on business trips as recently as 2012 as part of a plea agreement, but that plea agreement has since gone south and this whole thing is now headed to court, specifically to trial.

It appears as if Morris will be sitting behind bars awaiting his trial date.

Morris is due back in court June 6.

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