Monday, February 21, 2011


The dirty docs
CANADIAN COPS suspect there may be more victims of two doctors accused of working in tandem to sexually assault young women. The dirty docs are accused of drugging and and then sexually assaulting a woman, 23, at a Toronto hotel. They were arrested Friday.
Detectives suspect because of their access to drugs that the twisted prowling has been going on for some time. According to cops, the victim met with the men at a hotel bar and told her they would
provide her with career advice and then took her to a second bar, where they allegedly slipped a drug into her drink.
The woman was later taken to a hotel where she was allegedly raped, police said.
ACCORDING TO THE TORONTO STAR: Amitabh Chauhan, 32, of Ancaster, is listed with the College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario as a postgraduate student at McMaster University with the Department of Plastic Surgery. Chauhan graduated from McMaster University in 2010.
Suganthan Kayilasanathan, 32, of Markham, is listed with the College of Physicians and Surgeons as a family physician practicing at a Markham medical office near Markham Rd. and Sheppard Ave. E. Kayilasanathan graduated from the Caribbean school Medical University of the Americas in 2007.
They appeared in court Saturday for a bail hearing, which was adjourned until Wednesday and both accused doctors returned to custody.
A publication ban was placed on pretrial evidence heard in the courts and anything that would identify the complainant.
Chauhan and Kayilasanathan are charged with gang sexual assault and administering a noxious substance.

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