Texas man charged after allegedly pretending to be medical student to perform pelvic exams on women

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MIDDLEBURY, Vt. – A Houston man is behind bars in Vermont after authorities say he pretended to be a medical resident as a way to sexually violate women.

Investigators say 31-year-old Vu Bui told women that he was a medical resident at Dartmouth Hitchcock Medical Center. He said that he was researching early cancer detection methods and asked women to participate in a study.

Court documents obtained by NECN show that one victim told authorities that Bui blindfolded her, and recorded video of her genital area while touching her.

Bui was arrested and charged with illegal advertisement of medical services, voyeurism and sexual assault.

He has pleaded not guilty.

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