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Las Vegas Ob-Gyn Doctor ‘Vagina Whisperer’ Accused of Sexual Assault

By TheNevadaGlobeStaff, October 1, 2022 12:25 am

Las Vegas Ob-Gyn Doctor ‘Vagina Whisperer’ Accused of Sexual Assault

LAS VEGAS – The Nevada Board of Medical Examiners has filed a sexual misconduct complaint against a Las Vegas OB-GYN doctor nicknamed the “vagina whisperer.”

Dr. George Peter Chambers allegedly took nude images of individuals’ genitalia for his ‘portfolio’

Chambers, licensed in 2003, faces complaints from three patients between 2018 and 2020.

One patient stated he ‘humiliated and sexually demeaned’ her during an exam, using vulgar language.

Patient A, a 36-year-old woman, consulted Chambers in November 2020.

Chambers is accused of using the woman’s phone to take images of her vaginal area and then texting her the photos.

Patient A was concerned about sending the images to Chambers because she wasn’t sure if the data was secure.

The complaint also says that Chambers ‘humiliated and sexually demeaned’ her during her examination.

Patient A called the police weeks after her Chambers session.

Patient B, a 35-year-old woman, was likewise a longtime Chambers patient before her October 2018 consultation.

The doctor’s Instagram account was called ‘vagina whisperer’ until Thursday.

Chambers allegedly offered Patient B or others $1,000 for nude photos to put in a clinic ad.

Chambers stated they were for advertising his services and not for medical assessment or treatment.

His TikTok and Instagram accounts showed surgeries and vagina closeups.

Chambers engaged in sexual improprieties with more than one patient, the board said in its complaint.

The Board of Examiners said Chambers’repeatedly exploited his relationships with patients and violated patients’ trust by engaging in sexual improprieties’ and that his repeated acts of sexual misconduct and Medical Practice Act violations ‘undermine the public’s trust and respect for the medical profession.’

Chambers is accused of disruptive behavior, disreputable conduct, deceptive behavior, failing to keep accurate medical records, improperly practicing medicine, and violating a patient’s trust for personal gain.

Chambers has 20 days to respond, after which the Nevada Board will schedule a hearing.

Credits: Daily Mail UK

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