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#Another woman sues former NYC X-ray tech for secretly filming her undressing

#Another woman sues former NYC X-ray tech for secretly filming her undressing

June 9, 2020 | 1:16pm

A former X-ray technician who secretly recorded an underage girl getting undressed at a Manhattan medical center is now being sued by a second woman — after she received a letter from the man admitting he did the same thing to her.

The woman — who filed the case anonymously under Jane Doe — says she was lured to New York Physicians sometime between 2017 and 2018 by radiologic technologist Daniel Pozernick for a bone density test for her spine, according to her Manhattan Supreme Court suit.

Doe, now 20, was underage at the time and was completely unaware that Pozernick recorded her taking her clothes off and on for the test, the court papers from Monday say.

But in December, Doe got a letter from Pozernick — around the same time he pleaded guilty for secretly recording the first girl — which said, “I am very sad and very ashamed to tell you that when I had you come to do the bone density test at my job about two years ago, that I recorded you on my phone getting dressed and undressed.”

Pozernick added in the handwritten letter, which was attached as an exhibit in the suit, that he didn’t share the video with anyone else and he has since erased it.

He noted that he lost his job at the Madison Avenue facility and will never work as an x-ray tech again.

The 40-year-old Bronx man was arrested on Dec. 4 on the same day the prior victim reported the incident after seeing a cellphone recording her changing.

Pozernick pleaded guilty to unlawful surveillance Dec. 19 and was sentenced to conditional discharge with a minimum of one year of treatment with the Sexuality, Attachment, and Trauma Project, the Manhattan District Attorney’s office confirmed.

The lawsuit, which is seeking unspecified damages, also names New York Physicians as a defendant, claiming it was negligent in hiring Pozernick and allowing him to work with children. The suit alleges the facility hasn’t notified other patients of credible allegations against him since his arrest.

The mother of the first victim filed a suit against Pozernick last week.

Doe’s lawyer, Pawel Wierzbicki, told The Post there could be more victims.

“The medical facility should now notify all of their patients who had any radiology tests performed by that employee in the years 2017 through 2019 and advise them of the unlawful surveillance that occurred at their facility,” Wierzbicki said.

Pozernick’s criminal defense lawyer and New York Physicians did not immediately return requests for comment.

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