In August, Hillam allegedly visited the woman while she was a patient at a hospital and noticed that "she looked a little down," according to the PC statement. The woman alleges that Hillam then went into a closet, changed into a hospital gown, filmed himself masturbating and then returned and showed the video to the victim, the statement says.
Police said they investigated the woman's claims and arrested Hillam on suspicion of three counts of forcible sexual abuse, second-degree felonies; and four counts of lewdness, class B misdemeanors. He posted a $10,000 cash only bond Tuesday and was released, officials said.
Police allege Hillam admitted to them that he showed sexual videos to the woman, but denied the vaginal exams were sexual in nature, the statement shows. However, authorities allege he spoke with licensing investigators and admitted some of the vaginal exams were "for sexual pleasure."
Jennifer Bolton, spokeswomen for the Utah Division of Occupational and Professional Licensing, said Hillam's physician and controlled substance licenses remain active. But in a prepared statement, she said the agency "has been working closely with the Orem Police Department on this case and is currently seeking disciplinary action against David Richard Hillam's professional licenses."
Orem Police Sgt. Craig Martinez said his department has not received complaints from other alleged victims, but asked anyone who believes they may be a victim or has more information to call police at 801-229-7070.