Dr. Feel Good has some explaining to do.
A Las Vegas surgeon and his wife hosted swingers parties at their swanky suburban mansion, fueling the lurid festivities with psychedelic drugs, sexy costumes and guest lists that topped a hundred free-wheeling revelers, authorities said.
Dr. Andrew Scott Martin, 47, is now facing 10 drug charges and the possibility of prison after unwittingly inviting undercover cops to join the fun, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.
His 36-year-old wife, Jennifer Martin, was also charged along with six others and has pleaded guilty to one drug count.
Officers from a Las Vegas organized crime unit hunted the hard-partying doc for months, donning sexy outfits for exclusive galas with themes that included “Frost and Furs,” “Neon Kitties” and “Eyes Wide Shut.”
The cops, posing as a couple, earned their first invitation after setting up a phony account on an adult website, authorities said.
“Dr. Scott, he was very friendly with us,” Officer Cynthia Hurtado told a grand jury, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported. “It was a swingers lifestyle party, which means people, couples had sexual intercourse with each other. We portrayed ourselves that we didn’t participate in any of that. We were just wondering what it was all about.”
Rebuffing the handsy surgeon wasn’t always easy, cops said.
Martin allegedly tried twice to deliver a dose of the party drug MDMA with a kiss, authorities said.
When she said she needed something to loosen up, he reportedly replied, “I will get you loose once I have sex with you later.”
Martin opened ASM Ortho after an impressive career as an orthopedic surgeon in the Navy, including a stint treating soldiers during Operation Iraqi Freedom.
He ran a successful practice in Sin City, specializing in sports medicine.
Martin staged bacchanal at his sprawling $3 million house in the suburb Henderson and the Trump Hotel.
Guests were provided passwords, and the drugs allegedly flowed freely at the gatherings.
The officers watched partygoers Robert Ruffin, Jayme Lenz and Jovan Sanita Smith snort lines of cocaine off a kitchen table at the Neon Kitties bash, where guests paraded beneath black lights in glowing body paint, authorities said.
One of the officers scooped a fourth line into a napkin as evidence.
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Jaymie Lenz was charged along with other regulars from a Las Vegas surgeon’s swinger parties.
All three were later busted on drug charges.
Cops made their move in September, raiding Martin’s house as he geared up for yet another illicit blowout.
They recovered cocaine, psychedelic mushrooms, MDMA and more than an ounce of marijuana among other drugs, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.
Christopher Sbracia was busted at the house with meth, authorities said.
Cops later raided the house of Shannon Grammer, another party regular, and uncovered another stash of narcotics, including the so-called “date rape drug” GHB.
A Nevada medical board has suspended Martin’s license, noting he was an admitted “user of drugs.”
He’ll still be able to practice, but he’ll have to follow a strict set of guidelines, including submitting to drug testing, the Las Vegas Review-Journal reported.