Pics Of Nude Women Found In Storage Unit Of Former Gyno Accused Of Sexual Assault

Nearly 100 women who claim that they were sexually harassed by Dr. George Tyndall announced in October that they planned to sue the school.

December 12, 2018
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By: Catherine Townsend

LOS ANGELES, CA — Los Angeles police found a “treasure trove” of pornographic images when they raided a self-storage facility belonging to former University of Southern California gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall.

Detectives also found photos of unclothed women set in what appeared to be a medical exam room in the storage unit, according to LAPD Captain Billy Hayes. They are working to determine the identity of the women and also attempting to figure out whether the pictures show patients at appointments.

Additionally, Tyndall and his estranged wife used to run a boudoir photography business called Glamourlight. Police also need to figure out whether some of the images discovered can be traced to that business.

The raid was conducted by a team of detectives who have been following Tyndall since police launched an investigation last spring into whether Tyndall sexually abused hundreds of students at USC’s student health center.

The 71-year-old had worked at the school for three decades, according to The Los Angeles Times. About 500 current and former students have now made accusations against Tyndall. The women allege that the former doctor made crude – and sometimes racist – comments, took inappropriate photographs, and forced plaintiffs to strip naked and then fondled them.

The victims say Tyndall claimed to have a medical reason for all of his actions. Complaints reportedly go back as far as 1988.

USC faced severe public criticism after for not immediately reporting Tyndall to the state medical board – and for only making the allegations public after the university was approached by The Los Angeles Times.

Tyndall was fired by the university for inappropriate behavior, according to USC. University officials said the school reached a settlement with the doctor and did not report him to law enforcement or state medical authorities at the time. "In retrospect," USC said it should have filed a complaint with the medical board when Tyndall was terminated.

Since the investigation began, many former patients have come forward to report disturbing interactions with Tyndall over the years. According to The New York Times, the former doctor “quipped about the looseness of a woman’s vagina” and “surprised one patient by suddenly removing her tampon and dangling it in front of her.”

Nearly 100 women who claim that they were sexually harassed by Tyndall announced in October that they planned to sue the school.

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