Lawyers for men suing Ohio State University over decades-old alleged sexual misconduct by a team doctor say the growing number of accusers has topped Of the plus men in the Ohio State matter, some still plan to sue and more than half already are listed plaintiffs in federal lawsuits alleging school officials knew of concerns about the late doctor, Richard Strauss, during his tenure but did little to stop him. Wright said his legal team is representing over men, most of them former football players and other Buckeye athletes who say they were sexually abused by Strauss. Many of those aren't among the men who provided firsthand accounts of sexual abuse by Strauss to the law firm that began investigating allegations for the university last year, Wright said. Many of the men who have publicly recounted their experiences, including the ex-wrestler who spurred the investigation , allege they were fondled during medical exams.
Hubin is facing a charge of promoting the sale of sexual relations, a felony. Nikki Woodrow said an unrelated investigation led to the discovery that Hubin paid two men to video tape sexual acts and provide them to him. The men are 20 and 27 years old. Woodrow says that investigation is under the Exploited and Missing Child Unit, but Hubin's charge does not involve children. It's hard to believe that he's in any kind of trouble.
NEW details have emerged about the case of a Hervey Bay doctor accused of sexually assaulting a female patient last year. A year-old woman claims the doctor, who cannot be named for legal reasons, inappropriately touched her genitals during a pap smear examination. The woman, who worked at a business the doctor owned, said the doctor allegedly touched her clitoris while claiming to "look for a rash", before trying to kiss her on the mouth. In her statement to the police, the alleged victim said she was "in denial" about the doctor's conduct.
Robert Hadden pleaded guilty last February to conducting pap smears, vaginal and breast exams that served no medical purpose and performing unwanted oral sex on several of his patients, some of whom were pregnant. Prosecutors offered him a plea deal that included no jail time, community service, or probation. He merely lost his medical license.