A Las Vegas doctor accused of possessing child pornography has also been accused of recording himself while sexually assaulting sedated women, a police report released Thursday said, according to KVVU.
Dr. Binh “Ben” Chung, 41, has been charged with 10 counts of possession of child pornography and one count of using a minor to produce pornography, according to court and jail records.
Las Vegas Justice Court Senior Judge James Bixler set Chung’s bail at $550,000 on Wednesday.
Chung was arrested on Saturday after a teenage girl told police she was raped by him last year.
The arrest report says Chung drove the teenage girl to his medical office late one night last July to administer an acne treatment. The girl received a shot from Chung, causing her to fall in and out of consciousness. When she regained consciousness, her pants were off and her feet were in stirrups. Chung reportedly told her that she had experienced a bad reaction to the acne treatment.
Police launched an investigation, which led to Chung’s wife providing videos that allegedly show him having sex with other women, as well as the teenage girl, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
Investigators found hundreds of pornographic videos while searching through Chung's computers and hard drive, dozens of which included children.
A bottle labeled "ketamine," a narcotic used as an anesthetic and known as “Special K” among recreational users, was also found in his office.
The Nevada Board of Medical Examiners suspended Chung’s license on Tuesday.
Chung was charged with two counts of gross lewdness with a teenager in 2006, although the case was later sealed. The Nevada State Board of Medical Examiners had to dismiss the complaint due to lack of evidence.
Chung is due to appear in court on July 9.