Pedophile doctor gets prison sentence or 22 years for raping girls aged 12-15

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‘Disgusting’ pedophile doctor who set aside $2,000 a month to pay for hotel rooms, sex toys and lingerie for his victims, gets 22 years in prison

  • Albert Aiad-Toss, 53, of Canfield, Ohio, was sentenced to 22 years in prison on Thursday
  • US District Judge Pamela Baker labeled his behavior ‘disgusting’ and ‘reprehensible’
  • He was caught last year after taking multiple underage girls to hotels in Ohio
  • He set aside $2ka month to buy them gifts and pay for the hotel rooms
  • He was caught when the police got a tip that he had sex with the girls

Albert Aiad-Toss, 53, an ER physician from Canfield, Ohio, was jailed Thursday.  In June 2019, he was caught raping girls between the ages of 12 and 15 after recruiting them on Snapchat from a neighboring town

Albert Aiad-Toss, 53, an ER physician from Canfield, Ohio, was jailed Thursday. In June 2019, he was caught raping girls between the ages of 12 and 15 after recruiting them on Snapchat from a neighboring town

A pedophile doctor who set aside $2,000 a month to pay for hotel rooms where he raped 12-year-old girls has been jailed for 22 years.

Albert Aiad-Toss, 53, an ER physician from Canfield, Ohio, was jailed Thursday. In June 2019, he was caught raping girls between the ages of 12 and 15 after recruiting them on Snapchat from a neighboring town.

According to the prosecutors, Aiad-Toss has set aside a budget of $2,000 each month to spend on gifts for the girls to seduce them.

He also used the money to pay for hotel rooms where he abused the girls, according to a Justice Department release.

He bought them lingerie and sex toys and paid a 12-year-old girl $200 to sleep with him.

Prosecutors said he would often recruit several girls at once. Twice he was filmed on surveillance footage with three underage girls.

He was sentenced Thursday by Judge Pamela Barker, who labeled his behavior “disgusting.”

“I don’t understand how you budget $2,000 a month to do this. The behavior is objectionable.

Aiad-Toss was caught when police received a tip that he was having sex with young girls.

He pleaded guilty to three charges of human trafficking with a minor under the age of 14, three charges of human trafficking with a minor under the age of 18 and one charge of production of child pornography.

The judge read a victim statement from a child who said she now suffered from anxiety, fear and depression because of what he did.

“She’ll never be the same,” she whined to Aiad-Toss.

The doctor’s lawyer tried to get him a lighter sentence by reading statements of support.

“He has saved countless lives in his work. He will spend the next 22 years wondering and regretting. He’s ready. He has nothing,’ begged his lawyer.

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