Woman alleges South Daytona doctor groped her breasts, put tongue in her mouth

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SOUTH DAYTONA, Fla. - One of several women who said she was groped by her doctor talked with Channel 9 on Tuesday.

Earlier this month, Channel 9 learned multiple complaints had been filed against Dr. Indravadan Shah, whose office is in South Daytona.

A number of women have come forward saying Shah, 61, violated them during exams.

One of those women, who asked to remain unidentified, shared her story with WFTV, saying she hopes it will encourage other potential victims to come forward.

She believes there are other victims out there who may be afraid to come forward or concerned that no one would believe what happened.

"I'm in fear for every single person that walks into his office," the woman told Channel 9.

The woman met with investigators Tuesday at the state attorney's office. She also met with investigators from the state Board of Medicine at her attorney's office.

"I was seeing him for two years, never really thought there were issues," she said.

But she said earlier this month during an appointment Shah started caressing her hands and even though she tried to brush him off, it led to more touching and then some sexually charged comments.

"At which point he grabbed both of my breasts and put his tongue into my mouth," she said.

Two other patients with similar claims also met at the state attorney's office on Tuesday.

"I want him to lose his license. I want him to go to jail," the alleged victim told Channel 9.

So far, Shah still has a clear and active license to practice medicine and hasn't been charged.