Hampton therapist guilty of sexual exploitation broke probation
HAMPTON (AP) -
A former Iowa doctor convicted of sexual exploitation has been found guilty of violating his probation.
The sentencing for 40-year-old Brian Hansen is scheduled for April 14.
Court records say he was convicted Tuesday of violating a probation provision that barred him from contacting victims or their families.
Hansen was sentenced to probation after pleading guilty in May 2013 to one count of sexual exploitation by a counselor or therapist. Prosecutors dropped seven other counts of sexual abuse and exploitation.
The state medical board suspended Hansen's license last year.
The board said Hansen had engaged in sex with co-workers and patients and made numerous improper sexual comments.
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