West Virginia Doctor Made An Employee Motorboat Her & Wrote Bad Prescriptions

Humor, News — August 14, 2014 at 11:59 am by


Dr. Tressie Montene Duffy, 44, is the CEO and co-owner of West Virginia Weight and Wellness Inc. in Martinsburg. And she’s in some deep shit with the Board of Medicine. In their report, she’s being accused of sexually inappropriate behavior in the office, and unethically writing prescriptions for pills such as Oxycodone, Valium, and Xanax. In 2012, Duffy allegedly made one of her female employee’s “motorboat” her. Later that same day, this employee also accused Duffy of kissing her on the lips. When the employee asked her to stop, Duffy called her a “titty baby,” which is a phenomenal insult, and one that I will begin using immediately in my everyday life.

From the Charleston Daily Mail, “Duffy would sign pads of blank prescriptions and tell her office staff — some of whom aren’t doctors — to fill them out for patients in her absence, the complaint said.” She would also self-prescribe medication without documenting it to the board.

So after all of this, I have two questions. 1. Were her breasts built for speed or for comfort? 2. Is she hiring? You can take your 401k and health insurance, and stick ’em where the sun don’t shine. Getting to play the motorboat and having access to prescription pills are real benefits. I’ll be honest, this lady isn’t much of a looker, but when it comes to workplace motorboating beggars can’t be choosers. I’ll fool around with some surgically enlarged warlocks anyway I can get ’em. Plus, I’d be so hopped up on goofballs that I’m sure I’d enjoy myself thoroughly.


via Gawker & Charleston Daily Mail

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