Evelyn Yang disclosed the details of this assault in an exclusive interview with CNN, and said: "I was in the examination room, I was dressed and ready, and he told me at the last minute you needed a cesarean section, then he pulled me towards him, pulled my clothes, and examined me internally without wearing gloves."
Yang, 31, said, "At first, I was wondering what was going on here? There was no one in the room ... I knew there was something, I knew I was being assaulted ... I imagined myself to be someone who could throw a chair For example, shouting, but this is not what happened.
I was confused and understood what was happening, and I kinda froze like a deer in front of a car lamp. "
"I remember trying to focus my eyes on a point in the wall and trying not to look at his face when he was attacking me, waiting for it to end," she said, noting that she had not told her husband or anyone else.
The accused doctor, named Robert Haden, was working at the well-known medical facility at Columbia University, and he faces 9 charges from women today who admitted two attacks, and his medical practice certificate was withdrawn from him, as part of an agreement with the prosecution.