A Las Vegas gynecologist – who called himself the “Vagina Whisperer” – is accused of sexual misconduct by the Nevada Medical Board. The OBGYN doctor allegedly offered patients $1,000 to take photos of their genitalia for his “portfolio” and is accused of sexual assault at his office by a woman.
George Peter Chambers, MD, is an OBGYN doctor who has been licensed by the board since 2003. Chambers is a “certified Sexual Health Medicine specialist and specializes in cosmetic-gynecologic surgeries, like labiaplasty and vaginal rejuvenation.”
Chambers, 51, allegedly deleted his practice’s website recently. The website said of Chambers, “As a gynecological surgeon who was raised and positively influenced by women, Dr. Chambers recognizes that all women want to look and feel beautiful.”
Chambers was reportedly active on Instagram under the handle “@vaginawhispererlasvegas” before deactivating the account on Thursday.
The Daily Beast reported, “His TikTok and Instagram accounts shared videos of surgeries and closeups of vaginas. One showed Chambers dancing into his disposable surgery gown, past what appears to be the body of a patient on a table. ‘Dr. C living his best life,’ reads text superimposed on the video. It’s unclear whether patients knew he was recording himself during these procedures.”
“On Instagram, he promoted his services with images that appeared to be amateur photographs of women’s bodies that were edited or filtered,” the outlet added. “A regular feature on his account was ‘Sexplained with Dr. C,’ which delved into fetishes and sexual terminology that some audiences might find more fitting for pornography than a medical office. ‘Why do some men steal women’s panties?’ one post in that series asked. Another explored the term ‘cuckold.'”
On Sept. 21, the Nevada State Board of Medical Examiners accused Chambers of “repeatedly exploited his relationships with patients and violated patients’ trust by engaging in sexual improprieties that constitute sexual misconduct.”
The board said Chambers committed Medical Practice Act violations that “undermine the public’s trust and respect for the medical profession.”
“[Chambers] has demonstrated a pattern of failing to use the reasonable care, skill, or knowledge ordinarily used by obstetrician-gynecologists in good standing by repeatedly engaging in sexual improprieties with more than one patient,” the board declared.
The board’s complaint cites allegations from three of his patients between 2018 and 2020.
The first patient sought Chambers for surgical repair of a damaged perineum – the area between the anus and a woman’s vagina. The 36-year-old woman said Chambers instructed her to keep her cellphone nearby so that he could take photos during the exam. He allegedly snapped 12 photos, and asked that two be sent to him via text message, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.
The medical board determined that taking and sending the photos “was disrespectful of Patient A’s privacy.”
The board’s complaint noted that one of the photos taken showed him inserting four fingers into her vagina.
The patient claimed that Chambers used an inappropriate sexual slang term to describe his actions during the OBGYN appointment.
Weeks after her appointment with Chambers, the patient allegedly contacted the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department in November 2020. She allegedly provided police with the contents of her cell phone.
In July 2021, a detective reportedly contacted the woman to inform her that police determined that Chambers had not sexually assaulted her.
The patient believed the doctor’s actions were “sexual assault.”
The woman reportedly told the detective, “I know what he put in my vagina. I felt it, and Dr. Chambers told me and showed me exactly what it was.”
The patient said she suffered “excruciating pain and damage,” and was forced to visit her OBGYN six days later.
Patient A wrote a review of her experience with Chambers on Yelp in 2021, “What I experienced is very concerning. To say Dr. Chambers was inappropriate with me would be a gross understatement in my opinion. I hope that any woman who has had a similar experience will come forward.”
A second patient claimed that she was offered $1,000 by Chambers to allow him to take nude photos of her. He reportedly told the 35-year-old woman that the naked photos would be an “advertisement” for his practice.
The woman told The Daily Beast, “He said, ‘Have you ever posed nude?’ with a creepy smile on his face. I said, ‘No, why do you ask?’ And then he went on to tell me that he needs models to pose nude for his ads for his labiaplasty website.”
The woman added, “He was different from other OBGYNs. He wouldn’t wait for me to ask a question about my sexual health, he would just fire questions away … I’m sitting in the room feeling like I have no choice but to answer these questions.”
A third patient purportedly mentioned to Chambers that she was struggling financially. He reportedly responded by offering her $1,000 to pose in the nude during the OBGYN appointment in October 2019. Chambers told the 27-year-old woman that he was “seeking models to participate in a photography session in which photos would be taken of the model’s vaginal area and nude body,” according to the board’s complaint. The gynecologist also offered the woman a thumb drive of the “boudoir” photos.
The medical board said, “Patient C thought it was odd that [Chambers] was soliciting photographs of her vaginal area as a representative of his work because he had never performed any cosmetic procedure on her genitals.”
Chambers has 20 days to respond to the complaint, and then the board will set up a formal hearing on the accusations.
In April 2020, Chambers was featured in a local news segment by KLAS-TV about how he kept his medical office open during the pandemic.
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