Susannah Constantine has claimed she was molested by her chiropractor.
The 55-year-old TV presenter paid a visit to the musculoskeletal specialist after she started having lower back pain but she was left stunned when he allegedly put his finger up her vagina "without any warning" after claiming it would fix her ailment.
Speaking on 'Loose Women' on Thursday (02.10.17), Susannah said: "I went to see a back doctor a while back - my lower back was in pain - and he, as part of the treatment, put his finger up my vagina.
"With no warning. I remember thinking this is someone who is a doctor so this must be normal. But I was feeling shocked this had happened.
"I didn't think anything of that. But when I got home I thought that was not right. So I looked up on the internet is this normal behaviour if you have a bad back and no.
"That is another area which hasn't been spoken. You trust them. With that profession, you are not walking into a GP with other women around."
Susannah's comments shocked both the audience and the panel, which was comprised of Andrea McLean, Nadia Sawalha, Stacey Solomon and Jane Moore.
However, despite admitting she was sexually assaulted, Susannah thinks it's now "water under the bridge" and she wants to just move on from the incident.
She said: "For me, it's water under the bridge. I just want to move on and not think about it."