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‘Predatory’ GP struck off for telling patient he would invest in her business before having sex


An ‘entirely predatory’ GP has been struck off for telling a vulnerable patient he would invest in her business, before wining and dining her then having sex with her at a hotel, a misconduct tribunal heard. 

Dr Jaskaran Lidder initially persuaded her they should go up to the hotel room together by saying he ‘wanted to see her prototypes’.

The hearing found his offer of potential investment gave him ‘leverage’ over the already financially struggling woman, in his ‘pursuit’ of sex with her.

Dr Lidder, who knew his patient was ‘vulnerable, emotionally unstable and in financial difficulty’, then set up monthly payments to ‘cultivate her dependency on him’.

He arranged to meet her at the same hotel for sex on two separate occasions.

General view of Galen Health Practice in London, where Dr Jaskaran Lidder was a GP

General view of Galen Health Practice in London, where Dr Jaskaran Lidder was a GP

The tribunal found Dr Lidder’s conduct to be in pursuit of a sexually motivated ‘improper’ emotional relationship with the patient, and that he had ‘brought the…



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