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A former University of Southern California gynecologist, was on Thursday arrested and charged with sexually assaulting 16 young women, between the ages of 17 to 29-year-old, who in a visit to the school, health center, medical services between 2009 and 2016, according to the Los Angeles Police department.
The hundreds of women who have to Dr. George Tyndall, of sexual abuse, ranging from unnecessary touching, and photographing the genitals of suggestive, racist, or inappropriate sexual comments during a visit to his office. The women also alleged that the officials of the school, is not adequate to deal with the report of the incident, which became public in the school community and the general public in The Los Angeles Times reported on the incident of the previous year.
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Tyndall was charged with 29 counts of sexual penetration and sexual battery by fraud, and could face up to 53 years in prison if convicted.
In spite of an internal review by the university, as of 2016, prompted by years of complaints dating back to 1990, chaperones, or medical assistants, who worked with Tyndall, and was present at his examinations — it’s a study that concluded that Tyndall pelvic exams, may be inappropriate — well, the doctor will provide you with a pension and paid by USC in 2017.
The university is also not a report of the research findings, at Tyndall, to the Medical Board of California.
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The university’s president at the time, C. L. Max Nikias, was forced to resign after Tyndall’s behaviour and the school’s handling of the complaint came to light.
Some of the plaintiffs reached a settlement in a $215-million class-action lawsuit by USC, while the other twin court cases are still pending.