She is one of five women who accused Ukabam of touching them inappropriately during medical exams.
In her complaint about the judge, the woman noted that the former doctor's lawyer argued that the victims confused rectal penetration with vaginal penetration, given the proximity and location of the two body parts.
"The judge accepted this argument," she wrote in her complaint. The judge indicated in his written decision that the women were mistaken about what they felt happened.
She said there can be no mistake.
"I am 100 per cent confident that Sylvester Ukabam stuck his finger in my vagina … and never performed a rectal exam," she wrote. "As women, we are not confused. This is an outdated gender bias."