Pediatrician Accused of Sexual Abuse No Longer Working at Hedges Clinic
Dr. Kishor Jain, of Frankfort, was arrested Friday on felony charges and has stopped seeing patients at the clinic where several women say they were groped by the doctor.
A Frankfort pediatrician arrested Friday on charges that he sexually abused five women in his office is no longer seeing patients at the clinic where the incidents are said to have taken place.
A receptionist at the Hedges Clinic in Frankfort confirmed Monday that Dr. Kishor Jain is no longer practicing medicine with Hedges.
Clinic administrators refused to comment on Jain’s departure or speak directly with Patch.
Jain is charged with 10 felony counts of criminal sexual abuse and five misdemeanor counts of battery related to a 2011 complaint and subsequent lawsuit, as well as recent accounts from four additional victims. He was charged with two counts of felony criminal sexual abuse and one count of battery for each of the five women he allegedly attacked.
The victims include Jessica Schubbe, 29, of Manteno, who sued Jain in January for allegedly groping her. Schubbe, who in the criminal complaint is identified as Jessica Greenwood, reported Jain to the Frankfort police in 2011.
After her lawsuit was publicized, the four other women came forward and contacted the police. None of the women know each other, according to special prosecutor Dave Neal.
Previously, Jain had been accused of molesting six women in his office on separate occasions over the course of several years. He has never been found guilty of any charges related to the accusations.
Jain will appear in court for a bond hearing on March 19.
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