Hiller would have sex with them or perform other sexual acts in the back area of the pharmacy before filling the prescriptions, the television station reported, citing court documents. Hiller also gave oxycodone to a third woman without a valid prescription in exchange for her sending him nude and sexual videos of herself, WJZ reported. He also attempted to grope and kiss her, the television station reported.
When the third woman rejected Hiller’s advances, he called her other doctors and told them she was fraudulently obtaining prescriptions from them, according to the release from the Maryland U.S. attorney’s office.
“Hiller abused his position of trust and exploited women who were addicted to oxycodone to obtain sexual favors. Those who divert pharmaceutical drugs for illegal purposes further the tragic cycle of addiction and the epidemic of opioid overdose deaths,” U.S. Attorney Robert K. Hur said.