Doctor who caused lover to OD after putting cocaine on his penis during oral sex given 9-year sentence

Doctor who caused lover to OD after putting cocaine on his penis during oral sex given 9-year sentence
A judge in Magdeburg, Germany, has ordered Andreas Niederbichler to pay $12,977.86 to medical insurers IKK Gesund Plus who incurred medical treatment costs before Yonne M died (Facebook)

MAGDEBURG, GERMANY: Andreas David Niederbichler, a German doctor serving a 9-year prison sentence for aggravated rape and bodily harm, has now been asked to pay $12,977.86 (£11,500) to make up for the cost of medics’ spent to save his victim’s life. His lover Yvonne M died of an overdose when he secretly sprinkled cocaine on his penis before she performed oral sex on him. The doctor during the investigation claimed that Yvonne had known that he had put cocaine on his private parts before performing oral sex, and subsequently died after having shortness of breath and collapsing.

However, the German court rejected his claims and now a judge in Magdeburg, Germany, has ordered him to pay $12,977.86 to medical insurers IKK Gesund Plus who incurred medical treatment costs before Yonne M died. Niederbichler, 46, has also refused to pay the victim’s family $28212.75, in compensation, where $10156.59 each goes to the dead woman’s husband and son, a further $7900 to cover funeral costs.

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In the investigation, it was discovered that Niederbichler, a former head physician at Halberstadt Clinic in Saxony-Anhalt, had drugged and sexually assaulted three other women between September 2015 and February 2018. He was able to secretly put cocaine in their champagne glasses, toothpaste, and their lipstick. He was booked in February 2018, when Yvonne M, 38, died of an overdose, reported Daily Mail.

Judge Steffi Ewald said, “The defendant is sentenced to pay the funeral costs in the amount of £7,337, as well as survivor benefits to the deceased's husband and the son in the amount of £8,581 each.” Niederbichler had given an interview to the German newspaper Bild in September 2022 where he admitted that drugs were involved. “Yes, there were drugs. But I didn't drug any of the women without her knowledge. I was looking for a special kick and they took part," he said.

The doctor claimed that Yvonne was an "experienced" cocaine user and knew what she was getting involved in. The victim had been his patient earlier, and that’s when their affair began. In the interview, Niederbichler also regretted staying quiet during the trial earlier as he had listened to his lawyer's suggestion. He said the sentence came out against him since the judge could consider only the women’s side of the story.

He told the newspaper, that he wanted to prove to the court that he was not criminally responsible for causing Yvonne’s death. However, the court had already rejected his plea and Niederbichler hadn’t shared any new evidence that will force the court to consider his request of reopening the case.

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