• South Daytona doctor accused of groping female patient


    SOUTH DAYTONA, Fla. - A South Daytona doctor is accused of groping a female patient during an appointment, Channel 9 has learned.

    The woman claims Dr. Indravadan Shah grabbed her breasts, stuck his tongue in her mouth and made suggestions she needed someone because she was divorced.

    After she left, she says, he tried to call her twice to ask her out.

    The woman called police and filed for an injunction, claiming she was in fear. The injunction was denied but police and the state attorney's office are still investigating.

    In 2007, another woman claimed Shah tried to kiss her and hug her on the examination table, but no charges were filed.

    Investigators said three other women have reported similar claims against Shah that continue to be investigated.

    Channel 9's Jeff Deal went to Shah's internal medicine office on Friday looking for answers, but Shah was not available for comment.

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