A doctor allegedly ejaculates on a patient’s face while she was heavily sedated.
Dr. David Newman, a emergency physician at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York, is accused of masturbating on a young female patient face.
According to the police report, a 22-year-old woman claims the medic knocked her out with morphine after she attended the hospital with a shoulder injury.
According to latest updates, a second woman is now believed to have come forward to accuse Dr Newman, of sexual assault. The woman alleges Dr Newman groped her breasts while treating her for a severe head cold in September 2015.
According to the report, the 22 year-old girl arrived at the hospital at 10.30pm on January 11 complaining of pain in her right shoulder. Reportedly, she was seen by two nurses in a private room, who gave her morphine and asked her to change into a hospital gown – removing her shirt and bra – for x-ray.
The young woman then alleges Dr Newman came into the room and gave her a further shot of morphine despite she had already been given the drug. She claims doctor fondled her breasts after she told him she was experiencing pain on the right side of her chest.
Then the doctor turned his back to her before she heard what she reportedly described as the sound of someone “stroking his meat” The woman – who claims she was unable to move because she was heavily medicated – then alleges she felt semen on her face, which she said Newman wiped off with a blanket.
The woman drifted in and out of consciousness before she was woken by a nurse and another doctor, Dr Andrew Jagoda. Then she went to the bathroom where she spotted what appeared to be semen on her face and chest. She reportedly told police she wiped the substance off with her gown before placing it in a plastic bag along with her bedding.
The woman allegedly reported the incident to Dr Jagoda, who offered to call the police before she fled the hospital when the physician explained his supervisor, to whom she had asked to speak with, was in fact Dr Newman.
Dr Newman is an Iraq war veteran who has been described as a leading voice for health care reforms.