More than £600,000 in remuneration has been paid to victims of a paedophile children’s alloy who abused boys in his care.
Myles Bradbury is portion a 22-year jail judgment for carrying out medical examinations ‘purely for his own passionate gratification’.
The paediatric consultant haematologist filmed some of his victims using a spy pen and abused others behind a screen with their relatives in the room.
Bradbury abused 18 victims aged between 10 and 16 during his time operative for Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge.
It has emerged that Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Trust has paid out £611,750 in remuneration to victims and their families.
The figure emerged following a Freedom of Information ask by the BBC.
It relates to 15 cases out of the 31 claims perceived by the trust, the BBC said.
Bradbury pleaded guilty to 25 offences including passionate assault, voyeurism and possessing some-more than 16,000 faulty images.
He was jailed at Cambridge Crown Court in Dec 2014.