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Nigerian doctor in trouble for allegedly having sex with patient in UK


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A British-Nigerian cosmetic doctor, Mr Oluwafemi Esho had sex with a ‘vulnerable’ patient at one of his clinics after having an improper emotional relationship with her, a medical tribunal has been told.

Dr Esho, who has featured on ITV’s This Morning, BBC’s Morning Live and E4’s Body Fixers, also exchanged a series of X-rated messages with the woman, a sex worker and promised to give her botox in return for sex.

The medical tribunal, in Manchester, heard how the woman provided sex services through Only Fans and webcams and had gone to the doctor because she had heard about a ‘designer lip’ procedure which he provides at his clinics in Harley Street, Wimbledon, Newcastle and Dubai.

After an appointment in July 2019, she started following him on Instagram and the doctor would respond to her posts with ‘strong, sexual content’, Chloe Hudson, for the GMC, said.

Botox, a drug prepared from botulin, is used medically to treat certain muscular conditions and cosmetic surgery treatment.

The patient, who filed the complaint with the GMC, believes Dr. Esho exploited her vulnerability.

While Dr. denies the allegations of sexual intercourse, he reportedly admitted to four of the ten charges against him.

He admitted that between July 2019 and February 2022, he behaved inappropriately by exchanging messages with the patient, UK Mail reported.

Oluwafemi also admitted having an improper emotional relationship with her between July 2019 and May 2022, saying that his conduct concerning each allegation was “sexually motivated.’

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