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On March 6, 2014, Michael surrender his medical license and agreed to never reapply for it again. On March 6, 2014, Michael surrender his medical license and agreed to never reapply for it again.
EDMOND, Oklahoma -

The state has dropped all charges against a former Edmond doctor who was arrested for sexual battery.

In 2011, two of Dr. Medhat Michael's employees accused him of touching them inappropriately and using sexually explicit language. Michael stopped seeing patients in December of 2012.

12/2/2011 Related Story: Edmond Doctor Arrested, Accused Of Sexually Harassing Employees

On March 6, 2014, Michael surrender his medical license and agreed to never reapply for it again. 

He was set to go on trial Monday, and it is unclear why the state dismissed the case. 

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