TYLER - Victims attorney's say the two women who Charles Edward Robinson secretly recorded over the past three years are suffering from nausea, vomiting and severe mental distress and anguish. That's why, attorney's say they're suing him.
The lawsuit sites several reasons why the victims say they deserve compensation.
According to the lawsuit:
"Plaintiffs seek unliquidated damages...for physical pain and suffering in the past and future, emotional pain and mental anguish in the past and future, lost wages and wage earning capacity and medical expenses...necessary for the treatment of such injuries and mental scars which in all responsible probability will be incurred by and on behalf of the plaintiff's in the future."
So far, according to attorney's no trial date is set. In addition to the lawsuit, we looked though the Smith County Appraisal District records. We found several other properties listed under the name Charles E. Robinson, but the Smith County Sheriff's Department would not confirm if the dentist owned them.