One other lady is detailingin opposition to a longtime gynecologist on the College of Southern California. She’s joined 23 different ladies in an amended lawsuit, accusing Dr. George Tyndall of sexual misconduct together with assaulting sufferers underneath the guise of medical remedy.
Tyndall can be. They’re trying into greater than 50 circumstances. Some former sufferers declare USC ignored complaints concerning the physician for many years and lined up his alleged crimes, experiences CBS News correspondent Jamie Yuccas.
Daniella Mohazab and Anika Narayanan each visited USC gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall in 2016.
“After we went into the analyzing room, he had me undress from the waist down and he watched me as I did that,” Mohazab informed Yuccas.
“He began asking me what race I used to be, regarding me how I appeared like his spouse,” Mohazab added.
Narayanan stated she had by no means been to a gynecologist earlier than.
“He did not give me any protecting protecting so I used to be bare from the waist down. Utilizing two fingers, he carried out an examination in a deeply massaging form of penetrating movement,” Narayanan stated.
Mohazab stated the physician didn’t use gloves, and Narayanan stated he requested about positions she used throughout intercourse. They each say he made sexually-charged feedback about their our bodies.
“I believe the feedback originally had been actually, had been actually off-putting after which the bodily examination felt very fallacious. I simply thought that that could be how a gynecologist appointment was like,” Mohazab stated.
Narayanan stated she spoke up.
“I spoke to pals, I spoke to folks, but it surely was my phrase in opposition to a health care provider’s and who was I to inform a health care provider that he was doing his job incorrectly?” she stated.
The ladies’s legal professional, Gloria Allred, stated she desires accountability from USC.
“We consider that we’ve proof that USC knew as early because the 1990s about experiences of Dr. Tyndall and we need to know what did they know, when did they understand it, why did they fail?” Allred stated. She stated “the extent and the scope of the hurt” is but unknown.
“What is the piece for each of you that retains you up at evening about this?” Yuccas requested.
“I believe that USC knew about it for therefore lengthy,” Mohazab stated.
“Is it a aid to you that you just’re not alone, or is it simply sickening to know that this occurred to so many individuals?”
“It is sickening and disgusting that this occurred to so many individuals,” Mohazab stated.
Tyndall was suspended with pay in 2016. He retired the next yr with a monetary payout from the college. The USC board of trustees did not reply to our request for touch upon the amended lawsuit however stated it welcomes the Division of Training’s investigation and can absolutely cooperate with the inquiry. We reached out to Tyndall, however haven’t heard again.