Doctor drugged patients?: Binh Minh Chung Doctor
Published: August 7, 2015
Doctor drugged patients?: Binh Minh Chung Doctor, Dr. Binh Minh Chung, a family practioner, is accused of drugging and raping at least a dozen of his patients, including a mother and her teen daughter.
A family practitioner in Las Vegas is accused of drugging and raping nearly a dozen of his patients, including a mother and her teenage daughter, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Dr. Binh “Ben” Minh Chung, 41, was initially charged in June with production and possession of child pornography. He had his medical license suspended indefinitely, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.
On Wednesday, prosecutors said they have identified 11 new victims in his case, and the doctor’s bail increased from $550,000 to $1 million.
Chung was caught after his wife found videos of him having sex with women who appeared to be unresponsive, police said. The wife has now filed for divorce, prosecutors said.
Around the same time of his wife’s disgusting discovery, a teen patient of Chung, who was getting treatment for acne, told police Chung took her to his office for “treatment,” drugged her and had sex with her.
When she woke up, the doctor told her she had a ” bad reaction to the acne treatment,” police said. The girl’s mother has also accused Chung of sexual assault.
The doctor was initially accused of fondling a 15-year-old girl in 2006 after she sought treatment for pink eye, according to KSNV. That case was dismissed after Chung performed 100 hours of community service, took “impulse control” classes and told authorities he would “stay out of trouble,” according to court records. He quickly resumed his practice.
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