Park Avenue dermatologist and doctor assistant have been accused of sexually assaulting a patient in a park in Los Angeles.
The two men, who are both based in the Bronx, are charged with felony sexual abuse, a crime that carries a sentence of up to 15 years in prison.
According to the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office, the victim was a 34-year-old man who suffered from chronic acne and severe skin irritation.
Authorities say the man went to the park in West Hollywood to play basketball and was followed by the two men.
Investigators say they found a condom on the victim’s penis, which was “not clean” at the time.
During a search of the park, police found two bags containing two male condoms, according to court documents.
After being questioned by police, one of the men told them he was trying to “get the condom back to the condom store and get it back to my store,” according to the complaint.
Police said the two are accused of entering the man’s house, locking the door, and having sex with him, which they did “multiple times.”
According the complaint, the woman told investigators that she didn’t want to press charges, and did not want to be a victim.
“The victim told us that he felt like he was being victimized,” Assistant District Attorney Kristina Baccus told ABC News.
Prosecutors say the men were arrested Wednesday after a search warrant was executed at their apartment.
Two of the defendants are scheduled to appear in court for arraignment on Thursday.
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