LEBANON, Ind. (WLFI) — The parents of a boy allegedly molested by a Lebanon pediatrician have filed a lawsuit against him. According to the lawsuit, they're seeking compensatory and punitive damages as well as a jury trial.
Dr. Jonathan Cavins faces charges of child molesting, vicarious sexual gratification and sexual misconduct with a minor. He's accused of improper sexual conduct with three different boys.
According to the lawsuit, the parents of one of those boys says Cavins actions have caused the victim physical, emotional and psychological harm. His former employer, Witham Health Services, says he has been fired.
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