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UK-Based Nigerian Surgeon Loses License Over Misconduct with OnlyFan Client

UK-Based Nigerian Surgeon Loses License Over Misconduct

Dr. Oluwafemi “Tijion” Esho, a UK-based Nigerian surgeon, has been stripped of his license to practice medicine. This decision follows allegations that he provided Botox treatments in exchange for sexual favors.

Dr. Esho, known for his appearances on TV cosmetic shows, admitted to engaging in an inappropriate emotional relationship with a woman referred to as Patient A. The two were reported to have exchanged sexually charged messages on Instagram.

Although Dr. Esho maintained that he never engaged in physical sexual contact with Patient A, who provided sex services via OnlyFans and webcams, the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) in Manchester found otherwise.

The tribunal concluded that Dr. Esho had sexual intercourse with Patient A at his clinic in Newcastle upon Tyne in 2021 and provided her with free Botox treatments.

Further, the tribunal found that Dr. Esho made inappropriate remarks about the shape of Patient A’s bottom during a consultation, stroked her hair, and made physical advances toward her. In another incident, he made similar comments and allowed her to perform a sexual act on him.

The tribunal deemed Dr. Esho’s fitness to practice impaired due to his misconduct and announced that his name would be removed from the medical register. The rationale behind the tribunal’s decision will be revealed next week.

Dr. Esho was a regular contributor to ITV’s morning show, offering his insights on cosmetic surgery. He also appeared on E4’s “Body Fixers” and segments of BBC’s “Morning Live” until the summer of 2022.

Dr. Esho founded the Esho Clinic, which has locations in London, Liverpool, and Dubai, and counts several celebrities among its clients.


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