Prosecutors made the allegations as they unsuccessfully sought to deny Dr. James Kohut bail while he awaits trial on 11 charges related to child sex abuse.
Several women who had relationships with Kohut said the doctor wanted to have children with them to create ” ‘taboo’ families where the parents raise their children sexually,” Assistant District Attorney Steven Moore said in court documents.
Moore said women identified in the documents only by their initials said Kohut “has a specific desire to have sex with a mother and a daughter.” Moore also wrote that Kohut pressured the women to find children for him to abuse. Although there’s no suggestion in the court papers filed Thursday that Kohut, a father-of-two, sexually abused his own children.
The game up when Rashel Melina Brandon’s husband found videos af her and nurse Emily Johnson sexually abusing children
Moore also said that the FBI, Australian federal police, the Santa Cruz County sheriff’s department and Seaside police department had previously investigated Kohut since 1997, but he has never been charged.
The case began last month when according to kswb, the husband of Rashel Brandon gave a video recording to Watsonville police allegedly showing his wife and another nurse, Emily Stephens, sexually abusing children.
The two women Dominican Hospital nurse Rashel Melina Brandon, 42, of Watsonville, and Emily Joy Stephens, 29, of Pima County, Arizona are also charged along with james Kohut in the child sex abuse case.
The most recent rape that the doctor and two women committed together allegedly, happened on May 9. The victims — two boys and one girl — are less than 10 years old, according to District Attorney Jeff Rosell.