A one-time prominent Andover doctor accused of making secret recordings of his wife in the shower while they were having consensual sex, now pressured the district attorney’s office, after the woman and her lawyer said they were Now he is facing charges of indecent assault.
Dr. Glenn Gutierrez, 58, an internist formerly affiliated with Beth Israel Lahey Health, which includes Lahey Hospital and Medical Center and Winchester Hospital, was convicted on Monday in Woburn District Court for indecent assault and battery on a man over the age of 14. was charged in one case.
The charges came three months after Gutierrez was indicted on two counts of unlawful wiretapping in connection with alleged secret audio and video recordings from 2011, 2012 and 2013 that his wife said showed him in the shower, dressed and found him having sex with her. According to court documents.
But Gutierrez’s wife, Susan Woods, told the Herald that the abuse went on.
The Herald does not normally name victims of sexual abuse or domestic violence, but has agreed to name them after Woods himself appeared.
“When the DA told me they weren’t going to accuse him of any sex crimes, I was furious,” Woods said. “I couldn’t believe it, I was in shock. It made me feel like this is the reason it persists and men are getting away with things like this.”
In her complaint to the police, Woods also described instances where she would “pull Glenn away and tell him, ‘No,’ but Glenn won’t stop” and the time she gets up to find him. .
He also told her several times that because of his “medical expertise”, he would know how to get rid of a body and throw it in the trash behind his office, court documents said.
Woods said she hopes coming forward will “inspire more women who have been sexually assaulted or receive unwanted sexual attention from their husbands to report it to the authorities.”
Gutierrez was released on a personal bond. He is due back in court on September 17.