LOS ANGELES – The president of a university in California is moving on after a scandal involving a former gynaecologist of the university. That was last year fired after women had accused of sexual abuse.
The University of Southern California (USC) reached after an internal investigation, an agreement with the gynaecologist George Tyndall about his resignation, but informed law enforcement or medical authorities about this. The university has been recognized that after at least eight complaints between 2000 and 2014 is not properly responded to. Two hundred professors had in an open letter to the board the resignation of president Max Nikias demanded. The board of the university asked him to go, according to U.s. media Saturday.
Sure, seven women have lodged a complaint against Tyndall, who at the health centre of the university worked. He would include vaginal examinations have done it without gloves, and vulgar language have used.
Student Danielle Mohazab also served an indictment in