September 9, 2022

CTV News has posted an update on fake nurse Bridget Cleroux stating that,

“Several counts of assault and assault with a weapon have been approved against Brigitte Cleroux, all stemming from alleged incidents in Vancouver between July 2020 and May 2021.

During that time, authorities said Cleroux was working at B.C. Women’s Hospital and posing under the name of an actual registered nurse, leading to charges including fraud over $5,000 and using forged documents.”

You can read the full CTV story here: Fake nurse Brigitte Cleroux facing new assault charges in Vancouver.

CBC also reported on the recent charges. Read the CBC article here 11 assault charges laid against fake nurse who worked at Vancouver hospital for a year.

The CBC article includes a quote from Scott Stanley, counsel for a number of patients treated by Cleroux at B.C. Women’s Hospital, who states:

“When people have been fooled, there can be a temptation to think it was at the hand of a genius. Often, it is a failure to follow basic common sense procedures,”

“These recent charges against Ms. Cleroux illustrate the need for institutions to have such procedures in place and to follow them.”

Murphy Battista LLP filed a Notice of Civil Claim on December 16, 2021 initiating a proposed class action against Provincial Health Services Authority (“PHSA”) regarding unlicensed and unqualified nurse, Brigitte Cleroux (“Cleroux”), who worked at B.C. Women’s Hospital and Health Centre (“BCWH”) from June 2020 to June 2021 and who provided unlawful and illegal nursing services to patients during this period.

Learn more about the class action and what to do if you are affected here: (Cleroux) Provincial Health Services Authority Class Action.

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