A doctor who held wild sex parties at his home where women were plied with prescription drugs has been jailed for ten years.
Mladen Antolic handed up the prescription drugs, cocaine and even cash to women to entice them to his Florida home.
Some of those who attended were his patients who became hooked on powerful pain killers, such as Oxycodone.
The dad-of-two persuaded one mother to allow her 28-year-old daughter to dress in sexy lingerie while he videotaped her and the pair later traveled to Las Vegas.
Prosecutors found an extensive illegal drug supply at his home in Orlando, Florida, where the parties were held. Photographs of a sexual nature were also found.
Two women told investigators they had sex with the 56-year-old in return for pills.
Investigators collected hundreds of text messages between Antolic and women that they said was proof he partied at home, had sex for money and provided drugs to young women.
The Croatian born physician was initially arrested in October 2010 as part of a crackdown on rogue doctors accused of illegally prescribing powerful, addictive drugs such as Oxycodone.
He has two sons, high-school student Eric and Andrew, a 2009 University of Florida graduate.
The investigation into reports that he ran a pill mill extended beyond his practice and to his home.
They discovered he was hosting almost nightly parties where he showered women, some of whom were his patients, with prescription drugs, cocaine and money.
He also gave one women a car so she could make frequent trips to his home for sex.
When authorities searched Antolic’s home, they found more than 1,475 painkillers, almost 300 sedatives, cocaine, handguns, more than $37,000 in cash and an electronic money counter.
Antolic’s lawyers tried and failed to get the search evidence thrown out as they claimed he had been obtained illegally.
Antolic, who practiced at MidFlorida Rehab in Orlando, faced more than dozen charges ranging from racketeering to purchasing prostitution to drug charges.
He pleaded guilty on Monday to trafficking in Oxycodone, purchasing prostitution and patient brokering as part of a plea deal reached with prosecutors.
Assistant State Attorney Joe Cocchiarella told an Orlando court Antolic used his medical practice to buy Oxycodone and other drugs, which he prescribed to women who became addicted.
He also hid money from authorities in various bank accounts to avoid paying tax.
Antolic had faced up to 156 years if found guilty of all the charges and instead took a plea deal for a ten year sentence.