A DOCTOR was struck off yesterday after faking an attack by his mistress when she confronted him about his wife.

Steven Bradshaw, 33, made a secret tape recording as he argued with the woman who at one time had flown with him to Paris in his private aircraft.

The eight-month relationship turned sour when she discovered he was lying about being a bachelor and had been married for a year.

The woman tearfully begged him to tell the truth. But he faked an assault on him during the recording and threatened to get her the sack, the General Medical Council heard.

Bradshaw was found guilty of misconduct following a GMC hearing in London. Panel chairman Roland Doren said it was a tragedy that his career should end in such fashion.

The hearing was told how Bradshaw and the woman, known as Miss A, began their affair while they were both working at the Civil Aviation Authority in London.

They enjoyed romantic trysts at hotels. The two-timing CAA medical officer whisked her off to Paris in his plane. They also planned a £3,600 trip to Mauritius and even discussed marriage.

The eight-month relationship turned sour when she discovered he was lying about being a bachelor

Bradshaw also sent her pictures of himself in bed, Miss A told the hearing. But his interest in her cooled in the summer of 2007.

In a bid to find out why, she checked up on him and discovered he was married.

But Bradshaw, who lived with his wife in Clapham, south London, tried to get out of trouble by claiming his marriage was in ­tatters. He told her he had called in divorce lawyers and was planning to leave his wife in March, 2008.

But his lover spotted flight plans on his desk for a trip to Paris in his aeroplane, thought to be a £20,000 two-seater Grumman Traveller.

Miss A eventually hired a private detective to discover if he really had a wife and then demanded the truth.


Using his MP3 player, Bradshaw taped the argument and at one stage said: “I’m going to take this upstairs. I’m going to take this to HR and get you sacked.”

He made a formal complaint to his bosses that Miss A had been harassing him and his wife and denied having a relationship with her, the hearing was told.

He falsely accused her of boasting about a relationship with a patient, an air traffic controller known as Mr T. They were both suspended and Miss A told CAA investigators about the affair.

The inquiry concluded he had fabricated the allegations against her, the GMC was told.

Mr Doren said Bradshaw’s behaviour towards Miss A had been “utterly repugnant”. Bradshaw, who is still married, was not at the hearing to learn his fate.

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