84 y.o. Berkeley pediatrician sexually preyed on young boys

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The Mayo Clinic says “It’s natural for men to notice a gradual decrease in sex drive (libido) as they age.”

But not for pedophiles and pederasts, like 84-year-old Berkeley pediatrician Bayard Allmond, M.D.

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California News Wire Services reports that on November 8, 2018, Dr. Bayard Allmond, an 84-year-old Berkeley pediatrician with 54 years of experience, pleaded no contest ahead of a scheduled January 2 sentencing for his conviction on a felony count of sending harmful matter to a teenage boy with sexual intent.

In exchange, the Alameda County District Attorney’s Office agreed to:

  • Dismiss three other counts involving the boy: misdemeanor child molestation, felony sexual battery for false professional purposes, and misdemeanor sexual exploitation of a patient.
  • Three years’ probation for Allmond, and the surrender of his medical license and abandoning his practice.

Allmond was arrested on Dec. 14, 2017, at his Berkeley home on Hillcrest Drive where he also has his medical practice.

Three of the charges against Allmond stem from alleged actions in 2016, when Allmond was 82 years old. Berkeley police Officer Darren Kacalek wrote in a probable cause statement that the boy told police that, beginning when he was 16, he made visits to Allmond to receive therapy for anxiety and panic. The boy told investigators that three or four months into the therapy sessions, Allmond began showing him explicit photos of men masturbating and later used images and pornographic videos to show him how sex is performed between men.

Officer Kacalek wrote that when Allmond was arrested on Dec. 14, 2017, he “admitted to engaging in sexual acts with the victim inside his office,” that “what he did was wrong,” that he showed poor judgment, and that “he regretted the incident.”

Allmond’s lawyer, Paul Wolf, says the criminal complaint against Allmond contains “provocative allegations,” many of which “cannot be proven and are not true.” Wolf calls Allmond “an 84-year-old man who has an extraordinary reputation and is generally loved and admired professionally,” who “has worked well with hundreds of patients,” and whose behavior with the teenage boy was “aberrant.”

Court records indicate that the victim’s family isn’t happy with the way Allmond’s case was resolved.

I hope the boy’s family bring a civil suit against Bayard Allmond.

Update (Jan. 4, 2019)

The victim, now a 20-year-old college student, had agreed to Allmond’s plea deal because he didn’t want his parents and the public to find out about what happened.

Recently, however, his parents found out about the case because the victim and his father share the same name and the father inadvertently opened a letter about the case that probation officials sent to the family’s home.

The upshot: A family discussion took place and the victim is now free from shame and wants jail time for Allmond. The victim, who is suffering from PTSD, asks to postpone Allmond’s sentencing until Feb. 15, at which time the victim will come to court to make his case. (Source)

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18 responses to “84 y.o. Berkeley pediatrician sexually preyed on young boys

  1. Regardless of age, status. notoriety, this type of perverse sickness should never be condoned. For far too long this country has ignored our moral compass.
    This man needs to rot in jail, regardless of age.

     
  2. You don’t start that sh*t at 82 years old. He finally got caught. I hope the athorities will look into his past a little more carefully.

     
  3. Crimes against minors, particularly of a sexual nature shouldn’t be allowed to be pled down. One sought to be tried for the offense for which they are charged in open court and suffer publicly. Otherwise it will continue.

     
  4. Flannigan McGaffigan

    Jeb Bush just wanted to say this was an act…of LOVE.

     
  5. A pedo from BERKELEY!? NO WAY!! LOL!

    Has anyone else noticed that the good doctor and his wife share the same face? I mean, minus the beard! Are they married identical twins!?

     
    • Defiant . . . . . Very observant, these two do indeed share the same face. I wonder if their extra curricular interests are also shared?

       
    • Also, how about her submissive head tilt? Stockholm Syndrome? She may have suffered 50 years’ worth as a victim of this monster’s psychological manipulations.

       
    • The resemblance of husband and wife is uncanny — and disturbing.
      The more I look at the two of them, the spookier it gets.

       
  6. I do not blame the boy’s family for being unhappy with the resolution of this criminal activity! This slimy old fool really does not, at his age, suffer unduly for his crimes . . . loss of his license, abandonment of his practice, and three years probation. This really is a travesty. I suppose we have to take into consideration that this happened in Berkeley, CA. I certainly do hope that the parents of this young man do bring suit in civil court over this matter. Let this “doctor” be rendered penniless by judgements against him, if the legal authorities will not do their job.

     
  7. Allmond and his wife do look extremely similar. The similarity is uncanny. Well, this just goes to show us that an elderly man can look quite appealing and still be a degenerate.
    There should be a special place in hell for unrepentant sexual deviants. I imagine there is. And I don’t expect society as a whole to get better any time soon….

     
  8. Nail his nuts to a stump and push him off backwards….

     
  9. If the family files the civil suit, they better do it quickly – get him while he’s still alive.

     
  10. His wife looks like his sister.

     
  11. UPDATE:

    The victim, now a 20-year-old college student, had agreed to Allmond’s plea deal because he didn’t want his parents and the public to find out about what happened.

    Recently, however, his parents found out about the case because the victim and his father share the same name and the father inadvertently opened a letter about the case that probation officials sent to the family’s home.

    The upshot: A family discussion took place and the victim is now free from shame and wants jail time for Allmond. The victim asks to postpone Allmond’s sentencing until Feb. 15, at which time the victim will come to court to make his case.

     

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