Two women have come forward to accuse Dr. Larry Nassar’s former boss of “sexually abusing them” while using them as models for practice medical exams, according to CNN. William Strampel, the former dean of Michigan State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine, was charged with one felony count of “misconduct in office” last month after four women accused him of “using his power to sexually assault, harass, and solicit nude photos of them[.]” In a motion filed on Tuesday, two new witnesses requested to testify against Strampel at his hearing in June. The new accusers claim he used them as “models for practice medical exams.” One described how he conducted anal and pelvic exams on her “in front of a small group of medical students,” then took her to dinner and told her the exams “turned him on[.]” The other woman claims Strampel vaginally penetrated her with his fingers while they were alone in an exam room, and then told her he’d admit her into the medical school with a relatively low score on the MCAT exam. A judge will determine if the two new accusers can testify against him in early May.