Two more female patients testify against Quad City doctor in sex assault case

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Two more female patients took the witness stand in the trial of Dr. Norman Williams, testifying that they were molested during medical examinations.

Williams is accused of sexually assaulting four different women while working at Gastroenterology Consultants in Moline, Illinois, from 2010 to 2012.

The women testified they were inappropriately touched inside their vaginas.

"I jerked my legs forward to try and keep him from going any further. I was stunned. I immediately got dressed. I justĀ  knew something wasn't right. I knew I had to leave," said one of the alleged victims.

"He needs to be held accountable," she said.

Two of the four women have also filed civil lawsuits against the doctor.

One of the women who declined to file a lawsuit, testified that she went to police because she wants to prevent other women from having to go through the same thing.

"I just don't ever want him to do this to anybody else. I don't want to file a lawsuit. It wasn't about the money, it was about what he did to me," she testified during cross examination.


1 Comment

  • Ruth Prock

    LADIES>>>>>ALWAYS insist on another person in the exam room with you, if the doctor is doing a physical exam. Usually a nurse or medical assistant. No legitimate doctor will object, and every legitimate doctor should want a witness that nothing inappropriate happened.

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