The OctoDoctor Might Get His License Revoked

January 5, 2010 / Posted by:

The doctor responsible for opening up the loony bin doors and stuffing 8 frozen embryos into OctoMom’s womb of publicity is in danger of losing his medical license after California’s Attorney General filed a 13-page complaint accusing him of gross negligence. Fun fact: Gross Negligence is the nickname for OctoMom’s lips!

According to the L.A. Times, the complaint states that Dr. Michael Kamrava (DON’T even entertain the idea of calling him Dr. Michael K) repeatedly transferred an abnormal number of embryos into OctoMom. Dr. Crazy would do this over and over again. Sometimes OctoMom would go to Dr. Crazy for her fix just three months after giving birth.

The Board also kicked Dr. Crazy in the dick for not forcing OctoMom to get a mental health evaluation before repeatedly violating her uterus. The Board has recommended that Dr. Crazy’s license get snatched away from him for failing “to recognize that [Suleman’s] behavior was outside the norm and that her conduct was placing her offspring at risk for potential harm.

Radar tugged at OctoMom’s straitjacket to get her thoughts on the matter. She said that Dr. Crazy did nothing wrong and she hopes he doesn’t get his license revoked, because what is she going to do “if she ever wants to go back.” That right there is reason enough to throw the both of them into a padded room together.

I can’t embed the video of Octo’s interview, but you can watch it here. It’s like watching a lame lemur (a lame-ur if you will) trying to trick you into petting her so she can gnaw your fingers off. Seriously, OctoMom’s cackle can turn any man sterile.

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