Adam Osborne, 38, who has a private practice in Central London, last week had his licence suspended by the General Medical Council after being accused of having a two year sexual affair with an extremely vulnerable woman patient who has psychiatric issues, and is married and has two children.
This news comes five years after he was then debarred by the GMC for dishonest and misleading behaviour in prescribing drugs to his cocaine addicted prostitute lover.
The latest setback signifies that he can’t practice in any capacity as a doctor until an investigation into the fresh allegations has been resolved.
This temporary removal will prove extremely awkward for the Chancellor, as it gets close to Wednesday’s all-important Budget, the final one before May’s General Election.
If the investigation results in a Fitness To Practice hearing, which is held in public, Dr Osborne could face further sensitive personal information being revealed, and if the allegations are upheld, he could be struck off.
Nevertheless, his interim suspension did not constitute an indication of a guilty conscience. However, in the aftermath of the hearing, Dr Osborne’s personal website has been taken down. Yet, his Linkedin page states that he has a special interest in adult attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, personality disorders, depression and anxiety.
Dr Osborne presently runs Devonport Psychiatry, which is based in Marylebone. Central London, but is officially registered to his home address in Shepherd’s Bush, West London, which he shares with his wife Rahala Noor, a plastic surgeon.