UPDATE: Disturbing new allegations in case of brain surgeon kiddie porn case

Prosecutors in the case against James Kohut, 57, allege the neurosurgeon has spent two decades targeting women and raping their children reports the Santa Cruz Sentinel.

Kohut was arrested on Mother’s Day and faces felony charges including multiple counts of oral copulation with a child younger than 10, sodomy with a victim under 10, and multiple counts of forcible lewd acts on a with a child under 14.

He has been held without bail in the county jail.

Kohut recently hired a new attorney, Jay Rorty, and Rorty has requested “reasonable bail” for his client, claiming the doctor is not a flight risk and no danger to the community.

Documents presented in court on Friday describe twenty years of deviant behavior with the physician attempting to impregnate women so he could have sex with their children.

In his opposition to bail, Assistant District Attorney Steve Moore presented evidence that Kohut had been the focus of several criminal investigations over the past twenty years but somehow evaded conviction, reported the Sentinel.

“For nearly 20 years, the defendant has had a fixed sexual desire to be part of multiple “taboo families” where the parents rise their children sexually,” ADA Moore’s opposition to bail stated.

Kohut’s growing case involves women and their children from California to Florida and extends internationally with him luring women from Australia and planning to adopt a child from Mexico, according to court documents.

The DA’s office also mentioned that the doctor and his wife own properties in multiple states and therefore he presents a flight risk.

If convicted, Kohut will face a minimum 165-year prison term.

The judge’s ruling on the request for bail will be heard on Monday in Santa Cruz County Superior Court.

Pima County, Arizona nurse Emily Stephens and Watsonville nurse Rashel Brandon also were charged in the case. Stephens remains in a Tucson, Arizona jail awaiting transfer to Santa Cruz County Jail. Brandon is being held at the Santa Cruz County Jail.

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