December 4, 2023

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Shorewood veterinarian facing sexual harassment accusations

A Shorewood veterinarian is accused of sexually harassing many receptionists. A lawsuit was submitted in court this week.

A receptionist who worked at Dr. Noah’s Ark Veterinary Clinic explained she invested many years dealing with unpleasant and inappropriate remarks. She is not the to start with receptionist to choose the medical professional to court docket.

The clinic’s website phone calls itself far more a household than a clinic. According to federal court docket filings, a former receptionist says it was a house that “produced her worry for her occupation and particular protection.”

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The lawsuit suggests Dr. Noah Arnold routinely forced her into uncomfortable circumstances involving him, his spouse and numerous mistresses. It goes on to say the receptionist was asked to assistance protect up Arnold’s affairs and his drug use.

The receptionist also statements she was asked inappropriate concerns about her adore life. The lawsuit states the receptionist did not come to feel everyone at the office could enable her, due to the fact the human resource manager is Arnold’s greatest buddy and the office manager is his mom.

Dr. Noah’s Ark Veterinary Clinic

The court docket document says she was fired in retaliation right after an internal complaint.

FOX6 News spoke with Arnold Thursday, April 21. He explained he denies all allegations from him. He said he did not want to go on camera due to the fact he is still in the process of using the services of a lawyer.

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Arnold has experienced a lawyer right before. In 2020, two other receptionists sued Arnold with related allegations of sexual harassment. Courtroom records say that circumstance was dismissed with prejudice.

The receptionists’ attorney, Nate Cade, reported it was dismissed mainly because the case was settled out of court Cade mentioned equally women of all ages were paid out. Arnold denies giving any money to the two receptionists who formerly sued him.

Dr. Noah’s Ark Veterinary Clinic

FOX6 requested Cade for documentation to show payment. He claimed if Arnold needs to deny it he will set him below oath in a couple of months for a deposition, and that he does not settle conditions with out receiving cash.

FOX6 also identified as the lawyer that represented Arnold in that scenario. She said “no comment” and hung up before a dilemma could be requested. 

Assertion from DEA spokesperson

“During the study course of a DEA investigation, Noah Arnold, DVM, voluntarily surrendered his DEA Registration Range “for result in” on Feb. 28, 2022. This motion restricts Dr. Arnold’s capability to prescribe, administer or dispense Timetable II as a result of V controlled substances. This circumstance has been closed, so except if we obtain supplemental facts no additional motion will be taken.”