Update: All charges against Dr. Gloria Chudnow were withdrawn on Feb. 16, 2017. 

The court transcript, obtained by CP24, quotes the Crown as saying the witnesses that formed the foundation of the Crown's case "are wholly unreliable and not credible. Submissions could be made that they are lying. And given that there is a lack of independent corroborative evidence, ...we don't believe that the juror -- trier of fact -- could come to the conclusion beyond a reasonable doubt that Ms. Chudnow has committed the offences that are before the court."

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A Brampton doctor is facing several charges after submitting a series of bills to the Ontario Health Insurance Plan for services police say were not provided.

Ontario Provincial Police said Dr. Gloria Chudnow submitted fraudulent bills between 2011 and 2014 that investigators allege amounted to a $2 million loss for OHIP.

As a result of the investigation, Chudnow, 56, has been charged with two counts of fraud over $5,000, one count of fraud under $5,000 and one count of making a false statement.

She will appear in a Brampton courthouse on June 19.