Pedophile Doctor Paid $2,000 A Month To Have Sex With Multiple Underage Girls | #tinder | #pof | #match | #sextrafficking


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A disgraced Ohio doctor has been sentenced to 22 years in prison on Thursday, June 3, for allegedly luring underage girls to hotel rooms for sex through the popular messaging app Snapchat, the Justice Department confirmed.

Albert Aiad-Toss, 53, a former emergency room doctor from Canfield, Ohio,  reportedly pleaded guilty in February to three counts of sex trafficking of a minor under the age of 14, three counts of sex trafficking of a minor under the age of 18, and one count of production of child pornography.

The pedophile Toss has been sentenced to 22 years in prison and charged with a $50,000 fine, and a special assessment fee of $40,800, Daily Mail reported.

In June 2019, Aiad-Toss allegedly used Snapchat to lure six underage female victims, between the ages of 12 and 15, into his hotel room. He reportedly offered them money, alcohol, new clothes, and other valuable items in exchange for having sex with him, according to the Justice Department.

Aiad-Toss allegedly spent around $2,000 every month to pay for hotel rooms and to buy gifts for his underage victims. He’s also said to have bought the minors lingerie and sex toys, and in one instance paid a 12-year-old girl $200 to sleep with him. 

The doctor reportedly arranged for the girls to meet him at coffee shops before making indecent offers starting at $100 in exchange for sexual activity with the minors. He allegedly paid young girls as much as $500 for sex and also plied them with marijuana and alcohol during the ordeals, New York Post reported.

Aiad-Toss targeted girls roughly 90 miles away from his home to avoid getting detected. He’s also noted using only side doors to enter the hotel rooms to meet the underage girls to not cast suspicion. The sex criminal was an emergency room doctor at St. Elizabeth Hospital in Boardman at the time of committing the offenses, The Daily Caller reported.

Aiad-Toss reportedly even recruited multiple young girls at once to film lewd videos, the prosecutors said. He was allegedly caught by CCTV footage accompanying underage girls on multiple occasions.

Judge Pamela Barker branded his behavior “disgusting” as she sentenced him on Thursday.

“I don’t understand how you budget $2,000 a month to do this. The conduct is reprehensible,” she said.

Barker added that she received a letter from one of Aiad-Toss’s victims, who said that she experiences anger, fear, and depression because of what he had done to her.

“She’ll never be the same again,” Barker said.

Aiad-Toss’s attorney tried to get him a lighter sentence by reading statements of support from his friends and family. 

“He has saved countless lives in his job. He will spend the next 22 years wondering and regretting. He is done. He has nothing,” the attorney pleaded. 

Albert Aiad-Toss, an Ohio doctor, was sentenced to 22 years in prison on Thursday, June 3, for luring underage girls to hotel rooms for sex through the popular messaging app Snapchat. Ashland County Sheriff





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