Florida Doc Found Dead in Ditch Days After Arrest for Allegedly Raping Unconscious Patients
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Collier County Sheriff's Office
The Florida doctor who was arrested last week for allegedly raping two patients while they passed out on tranquilizers, tequila and nitrous oxide was found dead in a ditch near his home Monday night, according to an incident report .
Police officers have stressed that the death of 54-year-old Dr. Eric Andrew Salata has not yet been ruled a suicide because an autopsy has not yet been completed, but a spokesman told The Daily Beast his death "does not appear suspicious. ”
According to an incident report, Salata's body was found at a social check called by authorities, who found his ankle monitor hadn't moved for eight hours Monday.
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A responding officer said he saw Salata's boots sticking out in a wooded area, the report said. He then discovered the remains of Salata's lifeless body, which was cold to the touch when it reached him Monday night. The officer found he had a gunshot wound to the right side of his head and a pistol was lying next to his leg.
According to the report, before his death, Salata left two notes, his credit cards and his wedding ring at his home in Naples.
Salata had reportedly practiced medicine in southwest Florida for more than 30 years until he was arrested last week for sexually assaulting a physically helpless person, police said.
Police said two former patients accused him of sedating and raping them during a cosmetic procedure while they passed out from a mixture of tequila, nitrous oxide and tranquilizers.
The patients, who were not named by authorities, allegedly told police they regained consciousness while Salata performed sexual acts on them without their consent.
The doctor was arrested on Nov. 21 and posted $100,000 bail the following day, records show.
A spokesman for the Collier County Sheriff's Office said the agency would not release further details about Salata's death. Naples police did not respond to further questions about the alleged rapes.
Adam Horowitz, an attorney for one of Salata's victims, released a statement to The Daily Beast Tuesday saying that Salata "evaded justice."
"It is disappointing and frustrating that Dr. Salata escaped justice," Horowitz wrote in an email. “It took my client tremendous courage to speak her truth. She was ready to hold him accountable in court.”
If you or a loved one is struggling with suicidal thoughts, please contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) or contact the Crisis Text Line by texting TALK to 741741. You can also text or dial 988.
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