MIDDLETOWN, Conn. (AP) — A Connecticut doctor charged with sexually assaulting about a dozen patients in his former Clinton office is set to return to court.
Court records show officials are waiting for Dr. Tory Westbrook of Glastonbury to enter pleas in 10 alleged sexual assault cases and one case of alleged illegal drug sales. He's scheduled to appear for pretrial discussions Tuesday in Middletown Superior Court.
Westbrook has pleaded not guilty in three other alleged sexual assault cases. He is facing eight felony sexual assault charges and 25 misdemeanor sexual assault counts.
Westbrook insists he's innocent and remains free on bail. His lawyer has said the charges allege improper touching of female patients during exams at the Community Health Center in Clinton.
State officials suspended Westbrook's medical license in June.