Hospital forced to pay $190M after OB/GYN allegedly took naked pictures of patients

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BALTIMORE, Md. – Johns Hopkins has agreed to pay $190M to settle the case of a doctor who secretly took pictures of his patients.

Gynecologist Nikita Levy was fired in 2013 after a colleague reported him for recording patients with a hidden camera.

Levy confessed and police found naked patient pictures and videos of patients on his home computer.

He committed suicide soon after the confession.

Levy had worked at the hospital for 25 years.