“He’s a monster”: Boss admits to drugging, raping female employees on business trips (PICTURED)

SUBJECT CONTACT NUMBER:Picture of Henri Morris, president of Solid Software Solutions, L.L.C. in Houston on April 29, 2008. Morris pleaded guilty Friday to raping four women on business trips.

A Houston software company executive who was caught with taking date rape and male enhancement pills on a business trip, admitted to drugging four female employees in federal court Friday.

Henri Morris, president of Solid Software Solutions in Houston, pleaded guilty Friday to drugging four female employees in order to sexually abuse them, according to the Houston Chronicle.

He was charged with attempting to distribute a controlled dangerous substance with intent to commit a crime, according to the criminal complaint filed in April 2012.

According to the complaint Morris would attend business trips with the female employees and order them several alcoholic beverages. He would also mix beverages for his employees including one concoction he called a “Shandy.”

The victims reported to authorities they would feel disoriented and suffered memory loss on the trips. One victim said awoke to find “stubble burn” on the left side of her face.

In February 2012 FBI agents searched his bag at the Houston airport and found four Viagra pills, two Cialis pills and a bottle containing the drugs Oxazepam and Zopidem – both of which can be used as rape date drugs when mixed with alcohol.

Morris, 67, admitted his crimes and agreed to serve one year in prison after an agreement with federal prosecutors, the Chronicle reported. He also must register as a sex offender.

One victim who attended the court appearance told the newspaper other women need to learn from what happened. She said women need to watch their drink and not be afraid to stand up for themselves and report crimes to authorities.

“He may look like a perfectly normal person, but he is not,” she said outside the courtroom. “He is a monster.”

Morris said he has been president of the company since 1980 on his LinkedIn account, but the company’s website does not currently list him.

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