Patients Accuse Fox ‘Expert’, Dr. Keith Ablow, Of Sexual Sadism

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Former patients and employees of Dr. Keith Ablow allege he used his position to coax them into abusive relationships.

Former Fox News contributor Dr. Keith Ablow has been accused by three former patients of sexual misconduct, abusing his position as their psychiatrist to coax them into sexual relationships, according to The Hill.

Those relationships involved beatings and discussions of bondage, the patients alleged in court as they pursue a lawsuit against Ablow. According to one woman, Ablow convinced her to get a tattoo of his initials in order to demonstrate his “ownership” of her.

The Hill said one woman claimed in court that Ablow “began to hit me when we engaged in sexual activities,” adding that the doctor “would have me on my knees and begin to beat me with his hands on my breasts,” while saying she was his “slave”.

Along with his former patients, three of Ablow’s former employees also have alleged he harassed them, with one saying they slept together regularly and he conveyed that he desired a “master/slave relationship.”

Ablow has fully denied the allegations, tweeting on Thursday: "Categorically, completely deny the allegations lodged against me. I look forward to the court proceedings and will continue to offer excellent care to any patient who needs my help."

The Hill noted that Ablow has at times sparked controversy with comments he made as a Fox News pundit, including his remark that former President Barack Obama liked Africa more than America and that Michelle Obama “needs to drop a few pounds.”

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