Lawsuit Against USC Gynecologist Expands As More Women Come Forward
“I am ashamed, disappointed and furious that I am not alone,” former patient Anika Narayan said. Narayanan is one of 24 women now being represented by attorney Gloria Allred as part of an amended lawsuit filed Tuesday.
Los Angeles Times:
'We Have Been Hurt.' More Women Say They Were Mistreated By USC Gynecologist
The Times reported in May that during 27 years at USC’s student health clinic, Tyndall had repeatedly been accused of “creepy” behavior, including improperly photographing patients’ genitals, touching women inappropriately during pelvic exams and making sexually suggestive and sometimes crude remarks about their bodies. There were earlier investigations of Tyndall, including a 2013 review by USC’s Office of Equity and Diversity, which is charged with investigating sexual harassment and other misconduct cases. (Winton, 6/13)