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The Doctors discuss what might be the worst college roommate experience ever!
They share the case of a college freshman who claims her roommate was allegedly secretly harassing her. In a post on social media post, the student claims that her former roommate admitted to spitting in her coconut oil, putting moldy clam dip in her lotion, putting body fluids on her backpack and even allegedly putting her toothbrush inside one of her body's orifices.
The Doctors explain that the alleged offender was charged with misdemeanor criminal mischief, breach of peace, and was released on bail after appearing in court.
ER physician Dr. Travis Stork feels that in addition to this being a case of bullying, he says the woman's alleged actions were also dangerous to the roommate's health saying this could have led to a fecal-oral illness.
Attorney Areva Martin explains the woman's alleged actions could lead to jail time.
The Doctors note that this case is a good example of why it is important for college students to report any type of bullying or harassment to authorities at your school.