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British-Nigerian Doctor Loses License Over Sexual Relationship with Patient

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British-Nigerian Doctor Loses License for Improper Relationship with Patient

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Oluwafemi ‘Tijion’ Esho, a UK-based cosmetic doctor of Nigerian descent, has had his medical license revoked after admitting to an improper emotional relationship with a patient. The patient, who is an OnlyFans model, alleged that she received free botox treatment in exchange for sex at Esho’s clinic. She also claimed that they exchanged “inappropriate” sexual messages on Instagram.

Esho, who has appeared on popular TV programs, denied having a physical relationship with the woman but admitted to an improper emotional relationship. The Medical Tribunal Practitioners Service (MPTS) found that Esho had exchanged toxin treatment for sex with the patient. The tribunal also ruled that Esho had engaged in sexual intercourse with the woman at his clinic in Newcastle in 2021 and administered free botox. They further found that Esho had told the woman he “could get away with giving her botox in exchange for sexual services.”

The MPTS panel concluded that Esho’s overall conduct was sexually motivated, but they did not consider the patient to be vulnerable due to her profession. As a result, the 42-year-old doctor, who has celebrity clients, has been removed from the medical register.

Esho, the founder of the Esho Clinic with locations in London, Liverpool, and Dubai, expressed disappointment with the MPTS’ ruling. He maintained that he only engaged in “inappropriate” sexual messages on Instagram and never had any physical sexual contact with the patient. Esho apologized for his conduct and expressed regret for the mistakes he made.

While he respects the MPTS and the process, Esho disagrees with their decision. He remains dedicated to his life’s work of helping people and is grateful for the support he has received from his patients and friends during this difficult period.

This article was updated 3 weeks ago


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