Florida doctor accused of sexually assaulting multiple women under anesthesia at ritzy cosmetic studio
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A Florida cosmetic doctor has been accused of sexually assaulting several women while they were under anesthesia in his office on Naples' posh 5th Avenue.
The Naples Police Department on November 22 confirmed the allegations made by two women against Dr. Eric Andrew Salata - a 54-year-old board-certified physician at Pura Vida Medical Spa, although there could be more casualties.
"We have had several individuals who have contacted our detectives in connection with the Salata investigation," said Lt. Naples Police Department public information officer Bryan McGinn told Fox News Digital, adding that he could not confirm reports that a third woman had come forward, according to local outlet NBC2 News.
The first victim told police that Salata "administered nitrous oxide to aid in the sedation and pain associated with the procedure," according to a Naples Police press release.
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"During the procedure, when the nitrous oxide wore off, she found Dr. Salata during intercourse," said the Naples police.
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The victim was "shocked after the sedation wore off at what happened, contacted police and underwent a sexual assault investigation," which was then taken to a lab for further testing.
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A second victim recounted a similar incident, in which Salata allegedly assaulted her while she was under anesthetic at his spa. Detectives gathered evidence and submitted it to a lab, again in this case.
dr Andrew Salata was a board-certified physician at Pura Vida Medical Spa in Naples, Florida.
The first two victims to come forward were 51 and 73 years old, according to a Naples Daily News police report. The victims recalled inhaling nitrous oxide on Salata's instructions to relieve pain during their respective procedures before he allegedly raped them, the outlet reported.
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Now, a third victim has reportedly come forward against the doctor, according to NBC2 News.
McGinn told the outlet that police "still strongly encourage those with information to come forward."
According to local reports, a third woman also came forward against Salata.
Authorities found Salata at his Pura Vida spa on November 21 and arrested the 54-year-old doctor on two counts of sexual violence against a physically helpless person.
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On November 22, Salata appeared in court and posted bail. His next court appearance is scheduled for December 19.
Pura Vida Medical Spa's website and Instagram accounts have been removed since allegations against Salata surfaced.
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