Doctor Who Attacked Uber Driver: I'm Living in Fear
Dr. Anjali Ramkissoon told INSIDE EDITION she's received texts telling her to kill herself.
The doctor who unleashed that epic tantrum on an Uber driver says she now lives in fear.
Dr. Anjali Ramkissoon told INSIDE EDITION “I've received death threats. I had to change my number, I received text messages telling me ‘kill yourself, you should die.’”
At her home in Florida, she showed IE an anonymous note she said was left on her car. "Hoping you never see this letter because you've already crashed and died. Xoxo.”
She cried at finding it, she said.
A website also gives instructions on how to petition police to charge the doctor and how to file a complaint against her with the Florida medical board.
She has apologized for her behavior and said “there’s no excuse” for her actions.
She's been put on administrative leave by the Miami hospital where she works, pending an investigation.
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