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MULTNOMAH COUNTY, Ore. -- Four women are suing Kaiser Permanente saying a nurse was "sexually aggressive" towards them.
They said Alex Woolner, 39, used his position to expose parts of their bodies, touched them unsettling ways, and stared at their breasts and other body parts.
The nearly $6 million lawsuit claims the health care company didn't do enough to stop Woolner from abusing them.
Woolner was sentenced to two years in prison for sexually abusing women earlier this year.
The plaintiffs in the current lawsuit are not among the women whose cases resulted in Woolner's conviction.
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