|Published:||Oct 14, 2013 8:35 PM EDT|
|Updated:||Oct 17, 2013 7:52 PM EDT|
COLLIER COUNTY, Fla. - "I think that it's obviously frowned upon for a medical profession to do something like that."
Myles Samotin is one of ten people arrested on Friday in a prostitution sting in Naples. Nine of the suspects allegedly solicited an undercover officer. According to his arrest report, Samotin "stated that he wanted 'oral and full sex' for $150.00"
"I didn't know until you guys started coming," said Lucy Caputi.
Lucy Caputi works next door to Dr. Samotin's office.
"Very surprised, you know someone that we work near and to hear about that its just like who else does it?"
We went to Dr. Samotin's home. And a woman did answer the door but said she didn't know anything about the allegations. We did some digging and found this isn't the first time he's been in trouble. In 2006, he was arrested for reckless driving. Then in 2010, he was charged with malpractice. Documents from the Florida Department of Health show Samotin admitted to changing medical records after a patient filed a malpractice suit against him. He had to pay close to $14,000 in fines and had his license reprimanded.
Caputi said she's never talked to the doctor, his business appeared to be doing well.
"They're usually really busy, they usually fill up the parking lot."
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