Alleged victim in Levin trial says he was assaulted for a decade
WARNING: This story contains graphic details
The trial for a once prominent forensic psychiatrist has resumed with testimony from one of Dr. Aubrey Levin's patients.
Levin is accused of sexually assaulting 10 male patients.
On Thursday, a 38-year-old victim — who can only be identified as RB — said he first met Dr. Aubrey Levin in the Bowden Institution in 2001.
Following his release from jail, RB was ordered to meet with Levin as a condition of his parole.
RB testified Levin fondled his genitals during a meeting at Peter Lougheed hospital, but said he was too scared to tell police or anyone in authority.
RB said he thought no one would believe him and Levin could easily send him back to jail.
The alleged victim told the jury the attacks continued for nearly a decade, ending in 2010 after RB secretly videotaped two of his appointments with Levin.
Levin's trial is resuming after a two-week adjournment.
That break was needed after the Levine fired his first lawyer and then told the court he was not qualified to cross examine witnesses.