What exactly happened that day and why such allegations were made against Dr. Sudipta Mahanti? A 14-year-old girl complained against the 33-year-old doctor.
An Indian-American doctor Masturbated in front of a 14-year-old girl on the plane? Is that true or false?
Masturbation on the plane: An Indian American doctor was accused of masturbating in front of a teenage girl on a plane. A Boston court acquitted him after a three-day trial.
What exactly happened that day and why such allegations were made against Dr. Sudipta Mahanti? A 14-year-old girl complained against the 33-year-old doctor. The young woman complained that the doctor was masturbating in front of her while sitting on the plane and she fell. How did you notice the girl? First, she noticed the blanket falling from the doctor’s faucet. And the girl also noticed that Sudiptar’s pant chain was also open. After observing all these things, the girl told her grandmother and aunt who were present on the plane. The doctor had to be arrested by the FBI as soon as the complaint was filed. If convicted, the doctor faced three months in jail and a hefty fine.
That day was in May 2022, on this day a complaint was filed against the doctor. Finally, the Boston court said, after talking to the witnesses, no such evidence was found. At least 15 passengers were interviewed. Each testified that they had never seen anything like it. Even the flight attendants said that they did not see any unsightly sight.
Sudipta Mahanti said that it was a very difficult time for her and her family. Sudipta also goes on to say, “My fiance was sitting next to me. At that time, none of us could understand why this was happening to me. As a doctor, we put our lives on the line for others. If society makes any false accusation against a doctor. So how bad it feels and self-loathing, the humiliation of not doing anything. They don’t understand that a false allegation can ruin a person’s life. But because of that difficulty, I got close to my family, and I was able to recover from mental and physical depression. That I am heartbroken by the false accusations. My family and I are so thankful the court made the right decision. And the people of Boston will never forget. I will dedicate my life to the people of Boston and my patients in the future.”