Doctor accused of drugging and raping patients to satisfy sleeping beauty fetish


Binh “Ben” Chung
Binh “Ben” Chung
By: Mason White  WorldWideWeirdNews.com

(Scroll down for video) A family physician was arrested after his wife found videos showing what appeared to be her husband raping unconscious patients.

Brenda Wong of Las Vegas, Nevada, called police after seeing videos of her husband having sex with other women, including patients and a family friend.

43-year-old Binh “Ben” Chung was arrested and his wife divorced him after the videos showed him performing sex acts on the unconscious women.

Chung, who has been incarcerated since his arrest in 2015, is now on trial. He is accused of drugging and molesting three patients, including a 16-year-old girl.

Prosecutors said that Chung sedated patients with ketamine or midazolam, which is used for surgery. Vials of the drugs were found in a drawer in his office.

The jury saw video of women, who appeared to be lying unconscious, in his office, which was located in the Sundance Medical center.

In one video, he was seen wearing gloves while touching the unconscious woman’s private part. The woman's body appeared limp when the doctor re-positioned her.

When questioned over the incident, Chung said that he has a “doctor-patient” fetish. However, he later changed his story and said that he absentmindedly forgot to remove the gloves while engaging in consensual sex with the patient.

The doctor, who has since lost his medical license, told the court that the women were not unconscious, but rather they consented to have sex with him and that they were acting to fulfill his fantasy.

Chung told the court that he had a “Sleeping Beauty” fetish, which is known as Somnophilia, where he enjoys having sex with women who appear to be sleeping.

Chung testified in court that all the sex acts were consensual between him and the women.

The doctor told the jury that he began acting on the fetish after watching videos online.

Police said that they also found 10 child porn videos on his computer.

Chung faces 14 charges, including sexual assault, kidnapping, administering a drug to aid commission of a felony, and using a minor in production of pornography and lewdness. He faces life in prison.

Two of the victims have filed lawsuits against the doctor and his former wife. They allege intentional infliction of emotional distress, battery, false imprisonment and negligence.

The lawsuit claims that Wong, who is a pharmacist, directed Chung to a source where he could buy ketamine for cash.