Azim Fahmi Arrested For Sexual Assault

Azim Fahmi Arrested For Sexual Assault

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Amity Observer

Farmington, CT

#1 Nov 27, 2011
ORANGE- Police served a warrant on an Orange resident after he surrendered himself at headquarters. The warrant stemmed from an incident at 240 Indian River Road, where the arrestee, Azim Fahmi, 44, of 677 Royal Lane, Orange, was accused of inappropriately touching an employee.
Azim Fahmi was charged with sexual assault in the fourth degree, unlawful restraint in the second degree, disorderly conduct, and harassment in the second degree. He was released after posting $1,000 bond for court Nov. 28.
Former Patient

Stratford, CT

#2 Nov 29, 2011
I was a former patient, but left Dr. Fahmi's practice because of this man! Azim Fahmi is a predator. He feels that he is entitled and above the law because of who his wife is. I hope that justice is served and that this victim, brave enough to come forward, as well as the others who weren't, will be vindicated.
Debbie

Shelton, CT

#3 Dec 1, 2011
I am former employee of Dr. Fahmi Office. I worked directly with Azim. He forced me into a office and forceably kissed me. He has put his hands on me. He harassed me with nasty sexual talk of what I could do to him. This went on the whole time I worked there. He would call my cell phone all the time. Asking me to meet him. He needs to go to jail and stay there. he has made it so i can get a job. due to emotional trauma.
Happy

Montville, NJ

#4 Dec 2, 2011
This jackass is finally getting what he deserves!!!!
Frustrated

Flushing, NY

#5 Dec 2, 2011
Happy wrote:
This jackass is finally getting what he deserves!!!!
But who knows? It only looks like he's been charged with one assault. We ladies all know there have been hundreds of others, but a $1,000 bond isn't much. And Azim is also so slimy, and such a good liar, who's to say he won't continue to get away with it.....as he has for years.....
Thanks 4 the laughs

Beacon Falls, CT

#6 Dec 3, 2011
SAD
Sue

Flushing, NY

#7 Dec 4, 2011
Thanks 4 the laughs wrote:
SAD
I'm sad for his daughters only. Dr. Fahmi knew what was going on with Azim's ever-rotating stream of office assistants. What a horrible example for those girls to see her put up with his abusive behavior and turn a blind eye to it all. No doubt she is beaten down and exhausted having to support her whole family and babysit that monster.
kathy

Jersey City, NJ

#8 Dec 13, 2011
I work @ a building he rented office space and he is a disgusting man treated all women badly including patients! he tried to corner me in an elevator, worse thing he could have ever tried he never messed with me again.... Im just so happy they he was arrested !
Question

Hartford, CT

#9 Dec 15, 2011
It sounds as if many of you were also victims of Azim Fahmi. Did you all go to the police for what happened to you? Any corroborating evidence should be used against him. As I haven't seen anything else on this case, I'm assuming he walked away and will only terrorize more innocent women.
smh

Chelsea, MA

#10 Dec 16, 2011
If your a victim or have any supporting information I am asking you to please contact the orange police...we need all the help we can get ..idk this was an ongoing thing and he needs to be stopped..it needs to end here!!!!!
jimmy

Spotswood, NJ

#11 Dec 18, 2011
Azim is a filthy man who is corrupt in his behaviors and finances. I understand that where he comes from, sexual harrasment is on a word.

One must understand that the U.S.A. has far more strict rules regarding engagement with co-workers and average citizens.

So since he can't observe our laws and prefers his.... Why don't we cane him, lash him, stone him or somehing he'd be more responsive to?
a concerned husband

Spotswood, NJ

#12 Dec 18, 2011
I can't tell u how many times I was going to go to Dr fahmis office and smash her husbands hands and face in. Thank god my wife quit within 9 days of working there.

If you know this man, please do not let yourself be alone with him. This is a real predator. His wife can be likened to sandusky's ... In the way she just observes and permits all this to go on.
Qwerty

United States

#13 Dec 19, 2011
I would like to thank the gutsy and selfless women who have come forward so far and especially the most courageous who got the ball rolling. I am so sorry for all the trauma you have all had to endure at the hands of this "man".
Another huge thank you to the Orange Police Department and detectives who have treated all of the victims with respect and empathy.
If anyone has any additional information to share, you are urged to come forward. The first case is truly only the tip of the iceberg.
MFPG

Newark, NJ

#14 Dec 21, 2011
Azim Fahmi barely passes for a human. He uses his brain for cheating others, scams and pure evil against those he feels superior to (which is basically everyone)! I used to feel badly for Dr. Nasiha Fahmi, but she has to know the deviant she is married to. I hope the smarmy "I'm Smarter Than You" look is forever wiped clean off of his ugly mug. He has gotten away with this for far too long, taking advantage of people, lying and scheming. Please let it end here.
ABC

Hamden, CT

#15 Feb 6, 2012
I have read all of the previous comments and have to openly say, I don't see what you all are saying. I was their nanny for almost 6 ? years and then I was their 'original receptionist' before leaving due to having a baby. I NEVER saw anything close to what you've all described about Azim in regards to sex or inappropriate touching. Granted, he's not the easiest person to get along with and he has a 'high and mighty' personna about him, but I don't see what you all see. Maybe it's because I never experienced what you all have 'endured', but I find it to be a reach. I've spoken with the Orange Police Department and have told them the same thing. I'd be EXTREMELY surprised if the allegations towards Azim happened to be true. Hopefully, when all is said and done, I won't be 'surprised'. I hope for his wife, his children (who are a part of my heart), and himself, that he is in some way being misrepresented. I'm not saying you all are liars or stretching the truth, but it has yet to be proven that what you all are saying is true. Remember, innocent until proven guilty.
TO ABC

North Haven, CT

#16 Mar 3, 2012
So you're not saying that we are all liars, but you find it to be "a reach", Azim to be "misrepresented", and "innocent until proven guilty". Congratulations for slapping the faces of tens of women who have suffered at the hands of Azim Fahmi! You were his NANNY, a trusted and integral part of his life, not a disposable office worker. You also knew him prior to his descent into abuse and madness. Did you listen to the allegations the police department had? Do you think all of these women "made up" their stories? And for what reason? Azim hired women who NEEDED those jobs, women he could take advantage of and then threaten, women who were minorities or having financial hardships. No one can say that he is not a smart man. It's only too bad he uses those smarts for bad things. He could easily get away with and continue this behavior because women are scared, or fearful, or desperate.:(
Patient

Shelton, CT

#17 Mar 16, 2012
TO ABC wrote:
So you're not saying that we are all liars, but you find it to be "a reach", Azim to be "misrepresented", and "innocent until proven guilty". Congratulations for slapping the faces of tens of women who have suffered at the hands of Azim Fahmi! You were his NANNY, a trusted and integral part of his life, not a disposable office worker. You also knew him prior to his descent into abuse and madness. Did you listen to the allegations the police department had? Do you think all of these women "made up" their stories? And for what reason? Azim hired women who NEEDED those jobs, women he could take advantage of and then threaten, women who were minorities or having financial hardships. No one can say that he is not a smart man. It's only too bad he uses those smarts for bad things. He could easily get away with and continue this behavior because women are scared, or fearful, or desperate.:(
wow, are these allegations true ? Should I leave dr Fahmi's practice and look for a different Dr ?
Another Patient

United States

#18 Apr 1, 2012
Patient wrote:
<quoted text>
wow, are these allegations true ? Should I leave dr Fahmi's practice and look for a different Dr ?
Yes you should...so I can wait less time to see the doctor.
MST

United States

#19 Apr 26, 2012
Moved from the area several years ago. Sad, but not surprised to see this happened. Disappointed that it looks like he got off, like he's been doing in more ways than one...
:(
P. S. Hi, April "ABC"!
Disgusted

Ansonia, CT

#20 Dec 31, 2015
Now I see why she has changed so much with her patient care. I've noticed she seems to barely listens to you, like she is million miles away. Time to find a new dr. :(

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