Man confronts his wife’s alleged sex offender at conference

During a conference of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, a man confronted the man who allegedly sexually abused his wife.

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During a panel discussion early in the morning on Saturday, May 20, a creepy brawl broke out when a participant jumped onto the stage and confronted a panelist who allegedly sexually abused his wife several years earlier. Read on for all the known details.

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At an ACOG conference, a man confronted the alleged sex offender who he believed had assaulted his wife.

In a video shared by Twitter user @Tiger111469, the contestant hopped onto the stage and roughly grabbed the panelist before addressing the crowd: “That bastard sexually assaulted my life seven years ago,” he said before telling the panelist gave a slap.

“Be a damn man, bastard. you know what you did You touched my wife in New York seven years ago,” the man yelled before slapping the panelist again. “Don’t be a–hole, b—h.”

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The man then left the stage and said to the alleged sex offender: “This is for all men like you who sexually assault women. … You have three women here working with you, and seven years ago you touched my wife.” He then threatened to kill the panelist before walking off with his wife.

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“I’ve waited seven years for this. My wife is suffering… and you know what you’ve done,” the man continued. “You touched my wife; it was the best day of her life… you’re a fucking asshole, you’re lucky I didn’t kill you.”

As he turned to walk away, the panelist had the audacity to laugh. This really upset the contestant, who charged forward again, yelling “laugh again” over and over again. Before leaving the meeting, the man addressed the crowd and said, “This is for you girls because this asshole likes to touch women.”

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Many are proud of the man who publicly confronted the alleged predator.

The video immediately garnered millions of clicks on social media, with many expressing their thoughts and rightly siding with her husband.

“Wow. The pain and anger in this man’s voice as he shares his wife’s suffering,” said one person tweeted. “And are these doctor organizers trying to silence him? Actually out of shame.” Others called“I can’t believe people didn’t go. Why would you want to listen to what this idiot has to say when you know what he did to a colleague?”

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Others were angry at a fellow visitor who said this was not the right place or time.

“It was the perfect place and time,” said one Twitter user commented. “In fact, I hope this becomes common for all predators. If you’ve never heard pain in a man’s voice when he talks about the pain of his loved ones, now you have.”

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A second person wrote“I can’t imagine feeling the need to say, ‘Not the place, not the time!’ There it goes. He screams that his wife is being sexually abused. The show is stopped. And you just want to make sure the record reflects your objection? It’s not like you’re going to stop anything.”

“‘Not the place, not the time…’ I don’t know is there ever a place and time to publicly confront your wife’s attacker who’s free to put on a nice suit and a mask and pretend , as if representing women.” [health]?” a third person written. “Seems to be a gray area at least… let the man speak.”

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ACOG sent an email to all participants after the incident.

On May 22, 2023, Twitter user @DRouselle divided an email he received from ACOG regarding the incident:

“We would like to provide information about a security incident between two people that occurred during a panel discussion on Saturday. Safety protocols were followed and the situation was quickly resolved by plainclothes security and eventually the Baltimore Police Department. We apologize to all who have been affected by the incident or the subsequent exchange. ACOG does not condone violence in any form.”

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“Your safety is our top priority. ACOG works hard to provide a safe environment at all of our meetings,” ACOG continued. “We will continue to enforce safety protocols at all of our gatherings to ensure the safety of our members and attendees. Due to confidentiality obligations, we are unable to provide further details.”

The ACOG has not commented further on the situation and it is unclear whether it will open further investigations.

If you need assistance, call the National Sexual Assault Hotline at 1-800-656-4673 or visit us You can have a one-to-one chat with a support specialist online at any time.

Olly Dawes

Olly Dawes is a Nytimas U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Olly Dawes joined Nytimas in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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