West Virginia Doctor Forced Coworker To ‘Motorboat’ Her Breasts

A West Virginia doctor stands accused of a plethora of ethical and legal violations, including giving patients the wrong prescriptions and forcing employees to motorboat her breasts.

The Charleston Daily Mail reports that Dr. Tressie Montene Duffy was named in a 31-page complaint issued by the state Board of Medicine. The board said in the report that Duffy was unqualified to practice medicine.

Duffy is the owner of West Virginia Weight and Wellness Inc., which specializes in weight management but also has an opioid dependency clinic attached to it.

She allegedly gave patients strong medications including oxycodone, valium and xanax while she was out of state. Patients had to pay a doctor’s fee to have the medication filled even when the patient did not see her.

She also forced a female coworker to “motorboat” her physically enhanced breasts and kiss her, according to the report. When the coworker complained, Duffy said she was being a “titty baby.” Duffy also threw a chair at her.

This isn’t the first time Duffy has come under scrutiny. In 2009, she was charged with felony prescription fraud and pled out with a $500 fine and counseling. When she didn’t attend counseling, the board filed a complaint.

She faces a hearing in November regarding her license.

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