Chancellor George Osborne's brother Adam used me as sex toy, claims ex-patient
The patient who had a two-year sexual relationship with Chancellor George Osborne's psychiatrist brother has claimed he used her as a "sex toy".
Dr Adam Osborne was struck off from the medical register after the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) ruled that his fitness to practise was impaired by reason of misconduct.
MPTS panel chairman Dr Nigel Callaghan said the married doctor's affair with the patient, who he had been treating for depression, anxiety and chronic fatigue, was "profoundly unacceptable".
Speaking to the Mail on Sunday, the woman said she had become "dependent" on him after receiving therapy for two years before the sexual relationship began.
She said: "I am happy that he cannot do that to anyone again and I am happy that my story was believed, but I don't think I can ever be happy about Dr Adam Osborne because that man was responsible for too much trauma.
"He treated me like a sex toy. I don't think he has a conscience and I don't think he cares about anyone but himself. I am worried and anxious that he will think it is safe to contact me because now he is struck off there will be no further consequences."