Having admitted to raping five women, Grant is currently locked up at a Shelton state prison. He's expected to spend most of his remaining years in prison.
Now, several of the women Grant raped have sued him and his wife, Jennifer, claiming both owe them for the harm Grant caused.
Writing the court, Bellevue attorney Michael Maxwell said the four women he represents suffered physical and emotional injuries at Grant's hands. The attorney described Jennifer Grant - who helped hide her husband's car from police after his arrest - as a "co-conspirator" in the attacks.
Police were already investigating reports of a client raping Asian masseuses in Seattle and on the Eastside when Grant was apprehended in Seattle's Greenwood neighborhood attempting to flee a massage parlor there on Sept. 24, 2012. Grant was described by police as a serial rapist, "obsessed with Asian women," who preyed on immigrant masseuses.
Grant, a founding partner in a Seattle law firm and onetime assistant city attorney in Seattle, raped five women in a series of assaults in the summer and fall of 2012. He pleaded guilty to five counts of third-degree rape, and was sentenced in May to 25 years in state prison.
Police apprehended Grant near the Greenwood massage parlor after he was tackled by a bystander.
Grant's car - a Honda Pilot - had been parked nearby when he was arrested but was later moved by his wife, a former prosecutor with the city of Seattle. When police finally searched the SUV, detectives claim to have seized a replica pistol, a bag of Viagra and various electronics.
Jennifer Grant removed an office key card and her husband's wedding ring from the SUV. He'd apparently left the latter there when he went to rape a masseuse at the Greenwood parlor.
During the searches, investigators found that a user of tablet computers found in Grant's home - presumably Grant himself - had searched the internet for "rape scenes" and visited a website called rapescenes.net.
Having denied the allegations and maligned his victims as lying prostitutes, Grant ultimately admitted to raping the women. He pleaded guilty to five counts of third-degree rape, and one count of burglary.
Neither Grant nor his wife have yet responded to the lawsuit, which was filed Tuesday in King County Superior Court. A specific money demand wasn't given.