MEDICAL MEDICES YELP (MEDIA EDGE) – A medical beauty doctor says that while she is convinced that she was sexually assaulted by a man in her clinic in the Dominican Republic, she is unsure whether it was consensual.
On the eve of her annual conference in Miami, Dr. Marlene Rizzo-Perez said she had seen enough of the accusations made by the woman who accused her of sexually assaulting her at a medical beauty salon in 2015.
In response to a question about the allegation that she had raped the woman, Rizzoa-Perenza said that she does not believe she was assaulted, and that she would not be commenting on a pending criminal case against the woman.
The woman is seeking to take Rizzola-Pestos clinic to court.
In an interview with the Miami Herald last month, Rizza-Pestez said that when she first met the woman in 2016, she was very reluctant to go to the police, because she was scared of the repercussions of reporting the rape.
“I said to her, ‘You are in the wrong country,'” Rizzaro-Peso told the Herald.
“I said, ‘We don’t want to go there.'”
Rizzola Pestos said that at the time, the woman was a nurse and not a doctor, but she knew her and her boyfriend well.
She said that in her clinical experience, the patient has a history of alcohol abuse, and Rizzolo-Pesta said that the woman had been drinking since she was a child.
“The first time I saw her, I told her, and I thought, I am not going to let you go,” Rizzolla-Perto said.
“She asked me, ‘What are you going to do about it?’
She asked me why I did this, and it was a hard time for me because I knew she had a problem.”
She said she would call me.
I said, I’m sorry, I know that you are a victim and that you need help,” she said.”
And she said, and she has been drinking for a long time, she has mental problems and she is depressed and that I have been wrong and that we are all victims of rape.
And that is why I thought that I needed to get help.
And I said yes, I need help.
I need the help of a doctor.
“Rizzoa Pestez also said that as a medical doctor she had never experienced sexual violence.
She said that since coming to the U.S. in 1999, she had been treated for sexually transmitted infections, and a sexually transmitted disease.
But she said that this time, “I feel the pain and the shame, because it was not rape.
She is not a rapist.
I think it was an accident.
I do not believe that this was rape.
“Rizza-Paetos medical license was suspended in 2016 after she was caught by a local news crew trying to leave a bar.
The bar closed, but Rizza-Petos did not get a refund, and is still under investigation for filing a false police report.
Rizzolla Pesteos said she has also experienced domestic violence.
She says that she has worked with the women who are now accusing her of being a rapist and that it is a hard process for her to navigate.”
A lot of times, it’s hard to deal with, because I feel that I am responsible for these women and for their families,” Rizza Peste-sos said.
She has been diagnosed with depression and anxiety and said that despite these mental health issues, she believes that the experience of being accused of sexual assault was the most damaging of her life.”
It’s a very difficult situation for me.”