In the picturesque beach town of Monterey California a physician has been found guilty of Stalking in a goofy, teenage saga that involved a former husband and his girlfriend.
Doctor Mary Kay Brewster, a 58-year-old Ob/Gyn specialist, was convicted on two charges of felony Stalking; One charge of felony Vandalism, and Trespassing.
According to the prosecution the stalking began after the doctor and her husband separated. What followed was physician Brewster sending harassing text messages; destroying property at her husband’s place of employment; repeatedly calling his cellphone; poisoning plants; vandalizing his car and physically assaulted him.
The court record also shows the wayward doctor, who lived in Salinas, broke into the man’s home while he was away and released rats and a large python in the house. Brewster also stalked her husband’s new girlfriend, a nurse.
Nurse witnesses testified that Doctor Brewster called the nurse a “skank” in front of patients, spattered bodily fluids on her in a surgical suite and created a hostile work environment. The doctor was caught on a security crawling under the victim’s car at 4:30 in the morning.
This particular lab coat loon is scheduled to be sentenced in January.
Here’s another look at this soap opera:
Mary Kay Brewster MD graduated from Dartmouth Medical School in 1993. We’re guessing her alma mater alumni association will think carefully before inviting her to speak at a future commencement ceremony.
On the other hand, in the Twilight Zone of medicine . . . maybe it won’t bother them in the least. After all, you can bet the house that the California State Medical Board won’t be even slightly perturbed that this twit sneaked a snake into somebody’s bedroom.
Never forget: No profession in society is held to a lower standard of discipline than the errant physician population. Here’s what you’d find on this medical muttonhead if you decided to search her California State Medical Board file:
|Administrative Disciplinary Actions||None found|
|Court Order||None found|
|Misdemeanor Conviction||None found|
|Probationary License||None found|
|Felony Conviction||None found|
|Malpractice Judgment||None found|
|Hospital Disciplinary Action||None found|
|License Issued with Public Letter of Reprimand (Non-Disciplinary)||None found|
|Administrative Citation Issued||None found|
|Administrative Action Taken by Other State or Federal Government||None found|
|Arbitration Award||None found|