LOS ANGELES, Calif. – A doctor who worked in the Campus Health Center at the University of Southern California was charged with the sexual assault of sixteen women.
The sexual assault of girls ages 17-29-years-old occurred over a seven year period, district attorney’s office officials said. George Tyndall, 71, sexually assaulted the victims who went to the facility for annual exams or for other treatment.
He has been charged with 18 counts of sexual penetration and 11 counts of sexual battery by fraud, both felonies. The incidents allegedly took place between 2009 and 2016, according to the criminal complaint. Bail is set at $2.075 million. If convicted as charged, Tyndall can face up to 53 years in prison.
An additional 134 crime reports involving Tyndall have been presented to the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office, which remain under investigation.
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