Man Pleads Not Guilty Claiming 'Sexsomnia'?

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A 51-year-old man is pleading not guilty to charges of sexually assaulting a blind date because he claims he suffers from “sexsomnia,” a sleep disorder that made him unaware of his actions. His date claims she woke up to him engaging in nonconsensual sexual acts with her. Sleep expert Dr. Michael Breus joins to share about this disorder. Plus, criminal defense attorney Tiffany Feder weighs in on the criminal act.