In ’50 Shades of Hell No’ news, Dr. David Simon of Lake Worth, Florida faces losing his license after using whips, blindfolds, handcuffs, and sex toys to treat a female patient suffering with depression, reports the Sun Sentinel.
According to the Palm Beach County Sheriff’s Office, Simon used “punishment therapy” to treat the 39-year-old patient’s condition, which included making her strip naked and perform sexual favors while blindfolded. Simon would also tie her up, slap her and lock her in a closet.
Simon insisted to investigators that the relationship was not only consensual, but initiated by the patient, who asked him if was “into sex toys.” When he said yes, Simon says she further pushed for the BDSM relationship. He agreed to engage under the condition that he wouldn’t be able to see her as a patient anymore.
The woman, identified only as CK, tells a different story.
According to CK, she was very much still a patient, even though she never paid for the sessions. Simon would gift her with free medication samples and money for food in exchange for sexual favors. She was afraid he would hurt her if she ending the relationship, but knew that she could not continue after one especially violent session.
After locking her in the closet for a long period of time in 2011, Simon allegedly whipped and choked CK mercilessly, driving her to attempt suicide a month later, reports Health News Florida.
The relationship came to light after she spoke about it with her psychologist, who then contacted law enforcement.
Because the relationship was consensual, Simon will not face criminal charges but he may lose his license to practice in the state of Florida, said one member of the Florida Board of Osteopathic Medicine.
“He’s deeply embarrassed,” Simon’s attorney, David Spencer, told WPBF. “This was a consensual relationship with an adult woman. However, the Board of Health is clear that doctors can’t have a sexual relationship with a patient. That’s why we worked out the settlement.”
That settlement, which included a reprimand, a $10,000 fine and two years’ probation, was rejected by the board, reports HNF.
“If there was ever a time that this board would revoke a license for sexual misconduct, this is it,” said Dr. Ronald Burns, board chairman. “We cannot have an osteopathic physician behaving like this.”
Simon, who has practiced medicine for 28 years, also allegedly sexually harassed a 24-year-old patient back in 2010, reports WPBF. The woman claims that while Simon examined her nude body, he rubbed her back and the top of her buttocks and said: “I think you need to be punished for being a bad girl. It seems you really need to be punished.”
The disgraced doctor says the publicity has ruined his career and his personal life: “I can’t excuse it,” said Simon. “I’ve embarrassed for myself, and it has devastated my wife.”
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12 R. Kelly Songs To Get You In The Mood
1. It's Ya Boy Kells!
Since the early 90s, R. Kelly has been giving us a steady stream of hits specifically for the lovers. His explicit lyrics and sexy symbolism are enough to give listeners chills down their spines and classify as "baby making music." On December 10th he'll do it again with the release of his 12th solo studio album "Black Panties," but first here are 12 of R.Kelly's best songs that are perfect for getting "in the mood."
2. "Half On A Baby"
Not ashamed to say that "Half On A Baby" is one of my favorite R.Kelly songs. Don't let this song come on unless you're officially ready to set the mood!
3. "Feelin' On Your Booty"
Who else can make a vulgar phrase like "let me feel on your booty" seem utterly romantic other than R. Kelly? And not to mention harmonizing the word "booty" at the end of the song? Classic! "Feelin' On Your Booty" was one of those jams that took slow dancing to a completely different level; one that was full of ratchet yet classy booty grabbing.
4. "Seems Like You're Ready"
One of R. Kelly's earlier jams, "Seems Like You're Ready", is one that will officially set the mood. Although this song doesn't have that many lyrics, it's enough to get your "temperature rising".
5. "You Remind Me Of My Jeep"
Remember this song? We had to all have been pretty young when it was first released and had absolutely no idea what the heck R.Kelly was singing about. A jeep? A car? A wax? Oh, but now, we understand. Only Kells can make a woman who reminds him of something as random as his jeep, his car and his bank account feel incredibly sexy.
6. "Down Low (Nobody Has To Know)"
Is it just me but are things a lot more exciting when they're kept on the "down low" and when nobody knows? Apparently, R.Kelly feels the same way, because in the song "Down Low (Nobody Has To Know)", Kells sings about being in a risky and dangerous romantic relationship. This song is perfect for all of you drawn toward that forbidden fruit!
7. "I Can't Sleep Baby (If I)"
"I Can't Sleep Baby" is another one of my favorite Kells songs. While R. Kelly is known for his mood setting singles, this song takes a little different route and is perfect for those breakup to makeup nights. It's one that just exemplifies being in love and wanting to make things right! Sang, Kelly!
8. "Bump N Grind"
The struggle: "my mind's telling me no, but my body's telling me yes". But according to R.Kelly, it's nothing wrong with a little "Bump N Grind".
One of R.Kelly's more recent songs, "Echo", has all the elements for the perfect mood setting song: raunchy lyrics, a smooth melody and even though it's a little random, we can't forget the yodel!
10. "Slow Wind"
Another one of Kelly's sexy dance songs, "Slow Wind", will get the mood started right on the dance floor and keep it going all the way until the end of the night!
11. "The Zoo"
One of R.Kelly's more underrated songs, "The Zoo", is quite the explicit track. Caution: don't let this song play unless you're ready to bring out the "animal" in you!
12. "Your Body's Calling"
Another one of my ultimate favorite R. Kelly singles, "Your Body's Calling", speaks for itself. Kells knew that when a woman's body was calling for him, he would come running!
13. "12 Play"
Last but not least, "12 Play", perfect for the 12th song on our list. In this track, Kells gives us a 12 step manual for everyone to follow when that "do not disturb" sign is placed on the door. Ladies & fellas, take note!