London. An Indian-origin doctor found guilty of sexually assaulting 28 women over a period of four years has been given two more life sentences by a UK criminal court in addition to the three sentences already served by him.
Manish Shah, 53, was given two life sentences on Monday with at least 10 years behind bars after pleading guilty to 25 sexual assaults against four women at his clinic in east London, the BBC reported. Went. The former General Practitioner (GP) is already serving three life sentences for a total of 90 offences. The further prison terms will run concurrently with the earlier sentences. Shah has now been convicted of 115 offenses of sexual assault against 28 women in the age group of 15 to 34 years.
The lawsuit said Shah used high-profile cases involving celebrities to persuade female patients to undergo unnecessary intimate tests for their sexual gratification over a period of four years from 2009. Sentencing at the Central Criminal Court, Judge Peter Rook said Shah remained a “danger to women” and his behavior caused “long-term psychological harm” to his victims, the BBC reported.
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