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Two women are suing a Colorado hospital after an ICU nurse allegedly filmed herself s*xually assaulting them while they were unconscious or incapacitated.

A mountain of evidence has been uncovered in the criminal investigation of nurse Christopher Lambros, 61, who was arrested and charged with s*xual assault, according to the attorneys who filed the class action lawsuit.

Attorneys from the Denver civil rights law firm Rathod Mohamedbhai LLC said four terabytes of data were allegedly found in connection with the alleged attacks.

According to his arrest affidavit, on a day in June, when Lambros made five videos of himself abusing a patient, he whispered into the camera saying “never get rid of these videos” and “you have to keep them forever… this It’s your Dexter collection.

A mountain of evidence has been uncovered in the criminal investigation of nurse Christopher Lambros (pictured), 61, who was arrested and charged with s*xual assault, according to the attorneys who filed the class action lawsuit.


The lawsuit claims he was referring to the television show “Dexter,” in which the main character is a serial killer, and says the comment shows that he kept a collection of photos or videos of his victims.

“Four terabytes of data is equivalent to approximately 700,000 cell phone photos or 65,000 hours of cell phone video,” the law firm said in a press release. The firm said it believes there could be decades of possible victims.

Two women have come forward saying they were s*xually assaulted by Lambros while unconscious in intensive care.

They filed a lawsuit Tuesday against the Colorado hospital where they were being treated, alleging that hospital management did not do enough to prevent the abuse.

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The lawsuit, which is proposed as a class action, alleges that St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction and SCL Health and Intermountain Healthcare, the companies that run the hospital, knew or should have known about the actions of Lambros, who was arrested and charged. of s*xual assault.

According to court documents, prosecutors have identified three people they believe were assaulted by Lambros and believe a fourth person who has not yet been identified was assaulted in 2016.

Lambros began working at St. Mary’s in 2012, according to the lawsuit. Lambros’ attorney, Scott Burrill, did not return a call or email seeking comment from the Associated Press. He is currently in the Mesa County Jail on a $1 million bond.

The Grand Junction Police Department, the 21st Judicial District Attorney’s office and the United States Secret Service are conducting an extensive investigation.


In a statement, St. Mary’s said it is cooperating fully in the Lambros investigation, but declined to comment on the lawsuit. “We cannot provide further details on this matter out of respect for patient privacy,” she said.

Siddhartha Rathod, one of the lawyers for the women who filed the lawsuit, said they are the same women Lambros is accused of assaulting. She said the third victim that has been identified has since died.

As part of the criminal case, prosecutors told their clients that investigators recovered four terabytes of data as evidence and are still looking into how many people were assaulted, Rathod said. She said part of the reason the lawsuit is being filed is to encourage other potential victims to come forward.

“This is about public safety and about hospitals ensuring that their patients are not only safe but are treated with dignity and respect,” she said.

In a statement, District Attorney Dan Rubenstein declined to comment on the evidence and what it may reveal.

He noted that both the women’s lawyers and hospital representatives have been communicating with prosecutors as they try to navigate the “complicated situation” of protecting patient privacy laws and obtaining the information needed to prosecute the criminal case.

“We can’t comment on what evidence we have, and we can’t speculate on what we might find,” he said.

The victims have only been identified as M.C. and J.V., or victim No. 1 and No. 2.

One of the women in the lawsuit, J.V., said that she was sexually abused as a child and that she is angry, anxious and depressed after being victimized again.