A Frankfort pediatrician's legal woes continued to mount as a fifth lawsuit was filed against him in Will County court.
Dr. Kishor Jain, 59, also faces felony sex charges for allegedly molesting five different women in the Colorado Avenue clinic he worked out of before the sex scandal forced him to part ways with the office.
The most recent lawsuit was filed by Brittany Lopez of Joliet. Lopez is one of the women named in the criminal complaint against Jain. Jain fondled Lopez's vagina sometime between September and December, the complaint said.
The lawsuit said both Lopez and her daughter were patients of Jain and that she sought treatment from him after she was injured in a September car accident.
During an examination, the suit said, Jain touched Lopez's "breasts and butt and questioned (her) about (her) sexual activity, favorite sexual position and her ability to arouse her partner."
Weeks after this, Jain "placed his hand inside of her pants and touched her vagina," the suit said, and on another occasion had Lopez "bend over and touch her feet" while he "stood behind (her) and rubbed his erect penis on (her) butt and cupped her breasts."
Another time, Jain pulled Lopez's "shirt up and placed his hands down her pants and massaged her butt," according to the suit, which said Jain then had Lopez "lie on her side and massaged each leg up to and including the vagina and butt."
Jain's former place of employment, the Hedges Clinic, also was named in the lawsuit.
All the alleged victims in the criminal case are adults. One of the four lawsuits filed against Jain accuses him of sexually assaulting the underage daughter of a patient. The daughter was identified in the suit only as "Jane Doe."
The Illinois Department of Financial & Professional Regulation indefinitely suspended Jain's medical license after he refused to testify at a March hearing.