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A physician and stopped treating a guy for 2 yrs. and then dated him. Now he is threatening her if she doesn't give him narcotic

Snellville, GA |

Does the physician need a lawyer. She doesn't want to infuriate him. They had lots of texts but only 2 dates.

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First of all, your post is a little incoherent; please edit it. Secondly, what is your question, please?

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No, she needs to call police.

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