How neurologist starved chronically ill patients of their medications over 15 years whenever they refused to let him rape them or watch him mast*rbate

How neurologist starved chronically ill patients of their medications over 15 years whenever they refused to let him rape them or watch him mast*rbate



A former neurologist at Mount Sinai Beth Israel Hospital in New York was arrested and federally indicted on charges he hooked chronically ill patients on addictive opioids and withheld them unless the women submitted to his abuse.


When Ricardo Cruciani’s female patients refused to capitulate to his demands like rape, molestation, digital penetration, and watching him masturbate, the doctor denied them their pain medication prescriptions, according to Manhattan Federal Court indictment charges on Wednesday, October 20.



“Cruciani prescribed significant quantities of opioids to victims and required victims to return for in-person appointments or visits to obtain prescription refills,” the indictment says.


Cruciani “knew that the victims suffered from severe if not excruciating and debilitating pain that significantly impacted their lives,” the feds charge.


“Most pain management doctors would not prescribe the same combinations and quantities of pain medication as Cruciani.”



Cruciani, 63, of Wynnewood, Pa., carried out the controlled abuse at hospitals, medical offices, hotels, and apartments in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania for at least 15 years from 2002 until 2017, according to court documents.


During his 35-year career, Cruciani worked at Mount Sinai Beth Israel in Union Square, Drexel University in Philadelphia, and Capital Institute for Neurosciences in Hopewell Township, New Jersey.Latest Post
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