She explained that when they met they talked for a period and then he later took her to a wooded spot in the grounds of the hospital and they had sex for the first time. She added: "I thought, and for a long time I thought that a man who sees so many women, and has so much contact with women, and is not allowed to have an affair with them, must think I am absolutely wonderful if he is prepared to risk his career for me. Laird, who is believed to have retired and moved to New Zealand, was not present or represented at the hearing but the committee were told he was aware proceedings were beginning. She told the hearing that her marriage was non-existent when she started the affair with Laird, who later became a consultant, and soon after it began she separated from her husband. The hearing was adjourned until today. The affair eventually came to light when Mrs N told a therapist, who was treating her for personal problems and the information was then passed on to a supervisor. Miss Sullivan added: "Not only did he say he had had no dealings with her at the time, he denies, and continues to deny [an] emotional or sexual relationship with her, saying that their relationship was a strictly professional doctor-patient relationship. Miss Sullivan said: "She began to find the nature of his desire invasive and for that and other reasons stopped seeing him in
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