U.S. doctor sues over sex charges involving his twin

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  • Friday, 23 Sep 2005

SEATTLE (Reuters) - A U.S. doctor has sued a Seattle-area newspaper for defamation after it reported he posed as his twin, a gynecologist, to have sex with his brother's patients. 

Dennis Momah said the King County Journal defamed him in 2003 when it published an article that said: "Two twin brothers were taking turns having sex with patients on a regular basis without the patients' knowledge that they were two different people." 

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