Monday, August 22, 2011

Doctor Stabs Girl 100 Times With Screwdriver

Dr. Sylvia S. Lee, an allergist from Emerson, NJ is facing aggravated assault and endangering the welfare of a child charges for stabbing her 13-year-old adopted daughter with a flathead screwdriver at least 100 times because the girl failed to wash her dog’s clothes in the correct order.
"Usually we wash the dirty doggy clothes first, then the not-so dirty doggy clothes next," Lee told police, according to court documents.....Lee told police she “got angry” and then added “I was wrong and that’s why I stabbed her so many times,” according to a statement released Monday by the Division of Consumer Affairs, which oversees the medical board. She admitted she had a problem and had hit the child in the past, including just days before when the girl brought her masking tape when she had asked for Scotch tape. The statement also noted that Lee said she jabbed herself with the screwdriver the day before the alleged assault, “as hard as I jabbed (the child),” but she didn’t believe she injured herself.....Asked why she stabbed the girl so many times, the doctor responded: "I was wrong and that's why I stabbed her so many times."

source:North Jersey
Yep, not only does she have OCD, Dr Lee is crazy. The 58-year-old, who practiced at the Center for Asthma and Allergy, told police she stabbed herself with the screwdriver "to see how painful it was." The girl suffered bleeding, bruises and small bleeding punctures and other wounds on her buttocks, legs, and other parts of her body. Since her mother stabbed her through her clothing, the wounds weren't deep enough to require hospitalization. Because of her callous and dangerous behavior, the state's Board of Medical Examiners suspend Dr Lee’s license last week and ordered her to undergo a psychiatric evaluation. The girl is now in foster care. (Ed. Note: Some reports say the girl was the hired help, not the woman's daughter.)
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