By Ross Guidotti

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GREENSBURG (KDKA) — The Donegal office of Dr. Milad Shaker is a popular and busy place — and one under investigation.

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This week, the U.S. Attorney General’s office in Pittsburgh announced shocking allegations against the 49-year-old doctor who runs it.

A federal grand jury released a 54-count indictment against Shaker, who has three urgent care facilities in Westmoreland County.

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Officials claim Shaker provided Vicodin, Percocet, Tramadol and other drugs to two patients identified in the indictment in exchange for sexual favors.

Federal investigators allege Shaker’s pills-for-sex scheme spanned a three-year period. The indictment also claims Shaker filed fraudulent claims to various insurance companies to cover unlawfully prescribed controlled substances.

KDKA-TV News stopped by Shaker’s Greensburg home, but no one answered the door.

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Shaker is free awaiting federal arraignment. If found guilty, Shaker could face millions of dollars in fines and potentially decades behind bars.