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At least 17 women in three states have accused prominent neurologist Dr. Ricardo Cruciani of sexual assault, harassment, and misconduct for over 12 years. Today, one victim shares her story exclusively with Dr. Oz.
In an exclusive interview, a former patient of Dr. Ricardo Cruciani, who wished to remain anonymous, sat down with Dr. Oz to share her harrowing story of sexual abuse. She explains why she continued to see him, despite her growing concerns.
Guest Sarah, a victim of neurologist Dr. Ricardo Cruciani, speaks out about his inappropriate behavior and misconduct toward her. She reveals when she noticed his demeanor changed and the day she decided to come forward with her experience.
Dr. Oz reveals what happened to guest Sarah under the care of disgraced neurologist Dr. Ricardo Cruciani. Then, Sarah discusses why Dr. Cruciani may have targeted her for sexual assault.
Crime correspondent Melissa Moore introduces the story of Kelly Grey Carlisle, who believes her mother Michele, was the first murder victim of Kenneth Bianchi and Angelo Bueno, also known as the infamous Hillside Stranglers.
Crime correspondent Melissa Moore talks about the impact of her serial killer father’s crimes and the possibility of unknown victims in similar cases like the Hillside Stranglers. Then, Moore discusses the typical victims of the Hillside Stranglers.
Guest Kelly Grey Carlisle describes the effect of her mother, Michele Grey's death, including her unusual upbringing. Then, Carlisle explains why she believes her mother was the first victim of the serial killers known as the Hillside Stranglers.
Guest Kelly Grey Carlisle explains why her mother Michele Grey’s death is still a cold case. Then, Carlisle and crime correspondent Melissa Moore weigh in on what they have learned from their painful pasts.
Seventeen women across three states say a doctor used his sought-after treatments to extract sexual favors. His accusers speak out exclusively to Dr. Oz. Then, the infamous Hillside Stranglers: Meet a woman who says her mother was their first victim.
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