Kevin Antario Brown, a doctor and son of Bermudan Premier Ewart Brown was arraigned in a Los Angeles court Friday on 19 charges of sexual molestation. He has also been accused of medicare fraud. He is being held on $4 million bail. Bermuda is a British overseas territory in the North Atlantic Ocean and is located off the east coast of the United States. Fourteen of the 37-year-old Brown's patients have accused him of sexually molesting them, some while receiving medical treatment and others outside of his medical office. Some of the specific felony charges he faces are lewd act on a 15 year-old, rape, sexual battery by fraud and sexual exploitation. If convicted of these crimes, Brown could face 25 years in prison. He is also under investigation for multiple healthcare fraud schemes and for over prescribing the pain killer oxycodone. His trial has been adjourned until August 7. Brown was arrested July 8 at his home a few miles west of downtown Los Angeles. He initially was charged with sexual battery and exploiting his position as a doctor in incidents involving a female patient and a female undercover police officer posing as a patient. Brown quickly posted $50,000 bail, but investigators were just getting started. The Los Angeles Police Department appealed for other potential victims to come forward. Six more accusers did, and Brown was arrested again Monday. He was charged with 19 felony counts, including a lewd act on a 15-year-old child, rape, sexual battery by fraud and sexual exploitation. Bail was set at $4 million after prosecutors argued Brown was a flight risk to Bermuda or another Caribbean island that may not have extradition treaties with the United States. "With the number of victims and the allegations, he's also a risk, a danger to society," Deputy District Attorney Ann Marie Wise said. While the charges date to 2006, investigators are looking into allegations that go back about 10 years to Brown's residency at the Martin Luther King Jr. Drew Medical Center, Wise said, though those incidents likely fall outside the statute of limitations. A spokesman said Bermuda Premier Ewart Brown declined to comment Thursday. The elder Brown, elected in 2006, is also a doctor and spent decades practicing medicine in the United States. Kevin Brown, one of the premier's four sons, is a U.S. citizen and is facing a hearing before the California Medical Board to suspend his medical license. He also is being investigated by California's bureau of medical fraud and elder abuse over alleged involvement in a health care fraud scheme, Wise said. He has not been charged in that probe. Harry Nelson, another attorney for Brown, said his client had initially been investigated in 2005 over claims that he owed the Medicare system more than $1 million. Nelson said Brown was vindicated in the case. "He was found to be a credible, thorough physician who was rendering good services," Nelson said. Brown's friends and family, who adamantly deny the charges. They point to Brown's reputation in the community and his charitable work in some of the world's worst disaster zones as a testament to his character. "Kevin is an excellent father, husband and physician, and I along with his family and friends stand behind him," Brown's wife, Chanel, told The Associated Press. "I trust him and I believe in his innocence." Defense lawyer Blair Berk declined to comment on the specifics of the case but said Brown would "vigorously defend his innocence." Rod Henley, who has been friends with Brown for about four years, said the description painted by prosecutors was "completely antithetical" to the Little League-coaching family man he knows. "I have never ever seen him look twice at another woman," Henley said. "I have never seen him turn his head." Brown's charity, the Urban Health Institute, reported $193,000 in revenue in 2006, according to Internal Revenue Service documents. He provided medical aid in the Houston Astrodome to New Orleans residents who fled Hurricane Katrina and he traveled to the island of Ko Phi Phi in Thailand to help after the 2004 tsunami. His organization also took doctors to remote villages in Nigeria, documents show. "I trust him implicitly and I have the deepest respect for the philanthropic work he has done throughout the world," family friend Laura Rogers said. Source: MedindiaGPL << Louisiana’s Report Card On Child Health More Men Take Up Cooking to Seduce Their Sweethearts! >> Recommended Reading Ethical Theories Ethical theories represent the grand ideas on which guiding principles are based. They attempt to be coherent and systematic, striving to answer the fundamental practical ethical questions. 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