Saturday, April 18, 2015

VIRAL: “TOOTH SAVIOR TURNS OUT TO BE A MOLESTING DENTIST”


When we experience too much tooth pain, the first one who always comes into our very minds is our “tooth savior.” Their caring attitude towards our aching tooth is really awesome. But what can you feel if you’ll know that there is a certain “tooth savior” who turns out to be a “molesting” dentist? Will you still trust your tooth on them or just avoid them at all?

Victim, Brenda Gibson spoke of how she woke in the dentist’s chair to find her jeans had been ripped and not knowing what had happened.

Doctor Clifford Bagett was running the surgery, and for once, he was the one having his privacy invaded; unaware every grope he made with his “out cold” patients were being filmed by a concealed surveillance camera. After a second visit, Brenda Gibson knew something was wrong. They called the cops. Special Agent Charlie Scott, of the TN Bureau of Investigations headed the search, and found one victim had woken up to find her pantyhose/tights lying on the floor next to the dentist chair, and knew she’d had sexual activity.

Police planted the hidden cam in the clinic’s wall before asking Brenda to make another appointment with said dentist. After being put under, the cam recorded Dr. Bagett locking the door and molesting her; fondling her breast and placed her in the horizontal position, aligned to his crotch. Police put a stop to it, sending two female cops posing Brenda’s sisters to knock on the door. Taken to hospital, Brenda didn’t get to see Dr. Bagett sent to the slammer. Well, he deserves it!

As been mentioned on some reliable researches, 
“Sexual assault can be verbal, visual, or anything that forces a person to join in unwanted sexual contact or attention. Examples of this are voyeurism (when someone watches private sexual acts), exhibitionism (when someone exposes him/herself in public), incest (sexual contact between family members), and sexual harassment. It can happen in different situations, by a stranger in an isolated place, on a date, or in the home by someone you know.”
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