POSTED: Monday, October 1, 2012 - 12:26pm
UPDATED: Monday, October 1, 2012 - 3:34pm
Waskom ,tx — A physician's assistant, who allegedly exposed himself to patients under his care, has received an additional charge from Harrison County authorities.
The Harrison County Sheriff's Office has filed a fifth charge against 26-year-old Christopher Magill.
Magill had charges filed in July  after he was accused of exposing himself to patients where he worked. The victims claim he asked personal question unrelated to the examinations and exposed his genitals when they were alone with him in the exam room. One woman says he also touched her breasts inappropriately during an exam for an unrelated illness.
The PA's license was suspended in Texas on August 4 by the Texas Board of Medical Examiners and also in Louisana following allegation made by a female patients at a clinic where he worked.
Magill was released on a $500 bond on September 24. He was released on an $8,500 bond following his initial charges.