Transcript for Doctor Accused of Harassing Woman She Allegedly Called a 'Homewrecker'
To the tangled relationship between three houston doctors that ended in criminal charges for a prominent radiologist. A doctor stands accuse of threatening a fellow radiologists and breaking into her home. Ryan owens has that story for us. Reporter: She was featured on tlc's "unstronghold stories of the e.R." At 42, angela siler-fisher is the award-winning director of emergency medicine at one of houston's biggest hospitals. But police say earlier this week, the doc who is also a mother of two, lost her cool. Investigators say dr. Fisher started harassing dr. Marcelle mallery, who used to work with fisher's husband, brandon, at this radiology clinic. According to this charging document, dr. Fisher called dr. Mallery twice, threatening to hurt her. Investigators say she then sent her 25 text messages, including a picture of the inside of mallery's bedroom. Rage overtakes emotion. And when that happens, it doesn't matter how high your i.Q. Is. That overtakes everything. Reporter: Investigators say mallery home surveillance camera showed dr. Fisher illegally entering the house by kicking in the doggy door. She then allegedly wrote home wrecker and another word we can't repeat in red lipstick on the bathroom mirror. Dr. Fisher is free after posting a small bond on two misdemeanors. She has not entered a plea. And no one involved in the case will comment. But fisher's employer, the baylor college of medicine, did issue a statement calling this a private matter that does not impact her work. For "good morning america," ryan owens, abc news, dallas.
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