ETX Physician's Assistant charged with indecent exposure | News
HARRISON COUNTY, TX (KLTV)- A physician's assistant who worked in East Texas has been charged with indecent exposure and assault-physical contact stemming from accusations made from women under his care.
Harrison County Investigators began looking into PA Christopher Magill after receiving multiple complaints from woman alleging inappropriate conduct.
The victims told authorities that during their exam, Magill would ask very personal questions that were unrelated to their medical complaints.
Each of the women told officials that Magill exposed himself in the exam room, after discussions with the patients on their personal lives.
One of the women stated Magill touched her breasts inappropriately during an exam for a completely unrelated illness.
The Harrison County Sheriff's Office has charged Magill with indecent exposure and assault.
He was released from the Harrison County Jail after his attorney posted the $8,500 bond.
Magill is no longer employed at the physician's office in Waskom, and has been reported the Texas Medical Board.
Authorities say Magill's charges are both misdemeanors, punishable by six months in jail and/or a fine of $2000 each.
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