By Alexander Robertson For Mailonline. Dr Maher Khetyar pictured has been accused of touching the breasts of two patients during examinations at hospital. A doctor molested two women almost ten years after detectives dropped a criminal investigation into claims he sexually assaulted a nurse, a tribunal heard. Dr Maher Khetyar, 45, has been accused of touching the breasts of two patients during examinations at hospital. He was also accused in of cornering the nurse in his office, unzipping her top and saying: 'ooh you have a nipple ring, do you have any others?
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Coaches and athletic administrators at Ohio State University knew for two decades that Dr. Richard Strauss was molesting male athletes but failed to sound the alarm or stop him, a long-awaited independent investigation into the scandal revealed Friday. Meanwhile, Ohio State president Michael Drake apologized on behalf of the university to the victims. We thank each of them for their willingness to share their experiences. The Strauss investigation was launched 13 months ago after a whistleblowing former OSU wrestler named Mike DiSabato came forward and said he was victimized by Strauss. It became a national story last July when DiSabato and several other former wrestlers accused one of their former coaches, powerful Republican congressman Jim Jordan, of turning a blind eye to what Strauss was doing.
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NEW YORK -- A former New York gynecologist accused of sexually abusing dozens of patients, including the wife of former Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang, was charged Wednesday with attacking girls and women for nearly two decades using the cover of medical examinations. Prosecutors described the doctor, Robert A. The federal charges will be the second time Hadden is prosecuted over alleged abuse of patients. Vance Jr.
After the verdict, Dr Wee, accompanied by his family, walked out of the courtroom to applause from supporters waiting outside, some of whom spontaneously hugged one another before being reminded of safe distancing rules. He was originally tried for molesting the patient, then a year-old student, during a medical examination in November and for raping her during another visit one month later. Last year, Justice Chua Lee Ming cleared him of rape because there was reasonable doubt as to whether it would have been physically possible for Dr Wee, who had erectile dysfunction, to have sexual intercourse with the woman unaided. The High Court judge, however, convicted him of sexual assault, based on Dr Wee's admission that he had inserted his fingers into the patient in what he said was a pelvic examination.