Update: Tyndall’s House, Storage Unit Raided by LAPD
June 15, 2018 – Detectives from the LAPD on Thursday raided a home and storage facility owned by Dr. George Tyndall, according to the Los Angeles Times. Police have been in contact with about 135 women regarding Tyndall, and more than 400 others have called a university hotline since news of the investigation surfaced.
May 23, 2018 – USC is battling lawsuits and public outrage over an alleged pattern of sexual abuse by Tyndall, who was reportedly allowed to continue working despite multiple complaints to university officials, according to NPR.
In response to the outcry over Tyndall’s alleged sexual abuse, about 200 faculty members have called for campus president, C.L. Max Nikias, to resign. In a letter to the board of trustees released Tuesday, the faculty claims that Nikias “has lost the moral authority to lead the University.”
To date, at least 6 women have filed lawsuits against Tyndall and USC, alleging they were abused by the gynecologist during his nearly 30 years on the job, and that the university knew about his behavior and was negligent for failing to take action.
The lawsuits were filed on Monday, less than a week after the LA Times published an investigation into Tyndall’s alleged “creepy” behavior, which documents complaints going back to the 1990s.
Tyndall has denied any wrongdoing, stating that his exams were “thorough” and “appropriate,” and that he “never had any sexual urges” toward his patients.
3 More Former USC Students Sue Over Gynecologist Sexual Harassment
May 31, 2018 – Three more women have come forward to claim they were sexually harassed by USC gynecologist Dr. George Tyndall, filing lawsuits against the university on Tuesday in Los Angeles Superior Court. The case is in RE: Jane Doe 11, et al. v. Dr. George Tyndall, et al. — Case No. BC707880.
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