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A Yale University psychiatry professor is accused of sexually assaulting five drunk male students and conducting 'inappropriate' medical exams on three others over a 20 year period at a research facility on the Caribbean island of St. Kitts.
Dr. D. Eugene Redmond also committed sexual misconduct against at least eight other undergraduates, recent graduates and one high school student in St. Kitts, New Haven and other locations, according to a former federal prosecutor's report released Tuesday.
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Redmond, who retired last year from the Yale School of Medicine after 44 years amid disciplinary proceedings, denies the allegations and no criminal charges have been filed.
But the report, commissioned by Yale, concluded Redmond sexually assaulted two students in the early 1990s and three others between 2010 and 2017.
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Former Connecticut U.S. Attorney Deirdre Daly reported the assaults involved nonconsensual touching of male students, including when they were intoxicated.
Redmond also allegedly conducted three medical checks of students in St. Kitts that included inappropriate genital and rectal exams, the report said.
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The report said Yale officials failed to adequately respond to sexual misconduct complaints against Redmond first brought by students in 1994.
'We found no evidence that any faculty, staff, or administrators at Yale had actual knowledge of Redmond's sexual misconduct before it was reported,' the report said.
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'Nevertheless, it is equally clear that if Yale had implemented a longstanding monitoring program after the 1994 investigation, Redmond's ongoing misconduct might well have been detected and stopped.'
In a statement Tuesday, Yale President Peter Salovey called Redmond's alleged actions 'reprehensible and antithetical to the educational mission of our university.'
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'The behaviors in question violate every expectation we have of our faculty, and the trust our students, and society, place in educators,' Salovey said. 'On behalf of Yale, I am deeply...
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