Olympic Bobsledder sues team doctor for alleged sexual abuse
22 September 2023 | 2:08 pm
Olympic bobsledder Aja Evans has filed a lawsuit against the USA Bobsled doctor, alleging he sexually abused her and her teammates. The lawsuit alleges that Dr. Jonathan Wilhelm inappropriately groped Evans under medical pretenses. Evans claims she previously reported Wilhelm for photographing and recording the team while they were changing without consent.
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