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Houston Oncologist Accused Of Poisoning Boyfriend With Antifreeze

Published on 6/11/2013
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GABRIELLE BLUESTONE                                          Dr. George Blumenschein has

Dr. George Blumenschein has lost the use of his kidneys and remains under a doctor's care

Maybe she was a really big fan of Heathers?

A Houston oncologist is being accused of trying to poison her lover with antifreeze-laced coffee.

The Houston Chronicle reports that 42-year-old Dr. Ana Maria Gonzalez-Angulo allegedly poisoned fellow doctor Dr. George Blumenschein, with whom she was enjoying (or not enjoying?) a casual sexual relationship.

In January, Gonzalez-Angulo reportedly served the laced coffee to Blumenschein, who grew suspicious because his "black coffee" was sweet. He asked her for a new cup, and in a not at all creepy or giveaway move, Gonzalez-Angulo told him it was Splenda and that he should drink the rest of it. She then served him a second cup. [Did we learn nothing from Snow White? Do not eat the apple.]

Within four hours of drinking the coffee, Blumenschein began suffering slurred speech, poor balance and loss of fine motor skills. Twelve hours later, Blumenschein ended up in the ER with central nervous system depression, cardiopulmonary complications and renal failure. He also had to undergo dialysis.

Prosecutors say the coffee sweetener was not Splenda, but ethylene glycol, a sweet-tasting toxin found in antifreeze and in the M.D. Anderson laboratories,

where Gonzalez-Angulo would have had access to it. The toxin did not show up on Blumenschein's toxicology reports, but crystals consistent with the toxin were found in a 24-hour urine test. The complaint also cites a county toxicologist who noted that any ethylene glycol would have been metabolized by the time Blumenschein was assessed.

Gonzalez-Angulo is being charged with aggravated assault and had to forfeit her passport, but her attorney is telling the press that his client is completely innocent. It's not immediately clear what her alleged motive was.

Ana Maria Gonzalez-Angulo, a breast cancer oncologist at the University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, was charged last week with aggravated assault against Dr. George Blumenschein, a specialist in lung and head and neck cancers at the institution.

The pair were in "a casual sexual relationship," according to the complaint filed May 29, when Gonzalez-Angulo gave Blumenschein not just one cup of poisoned coffee, but two with antifreeze in it

Allegations denied Lawyers for Gonzalez-Angulo denied the charge.

"Dr. Gonzalez-Angulo is completely innocent," Derek Hollingsworth, a partner in Rusty Hardin & Associates, said in a statement. "She is a distinguished citizen and scientist, and these allegations are totally inconsistent with her personal and professional life."

The statement added that the UT Police Department "jumped the gun in this case and filed charges that should never have been filed."

Hollingsworth's statement said his team has met with the Harris County District Attorney's Office and have been assured they are going to "take a fresh and careful look at this case."

Gonzalez-Angulo was booked May 30 and released on $50,000 bail.

M.D. Anderson officials declined comment except to say Gonzalez-Angulo is on paid administrative leave.

Gonzalez-Angulo, who began medical school in Colombia and finished at UT's Houston medical school, joined M.D. Anderson in 2003.

Coffee tasted sweet The night in question occurred Jan. 27 at Gonzalez-Angulo's residence in the city of Southside Place, near West University Place.

Allegations denied  Lawyers for Gonzalez-Angulo denied the charge.

"Dr. Gonzalez-Angulo is completely innocent," Derek Hollingsworth, a partner in Rusty Hardin & Associates, said in a statement. "She is a distinguished citizen and scientist, and these allegations are totally inconsistent with her personal and professional life."

The statement added that the UT Police Department "jumped the gun in this case and filed charges that should never have been filed."

Hollingsworth's statement said his team has met with the Harris County District Attorney's Office and have been assured they are going to "take a fresh and careful look at this case."

Gonzalez-Angulo was booked May 30 and released on $50,000 bail.

M.D. Anderson officials declined comment except to say Gonzalez-Angulo is on paid administrative leave.

Blumenschein, a graduate of Vanderbilt University and the UT Medical School at Houston, joined M.D. Anderson in 2000. He was in the news last year because Aveo Oncology, a company co-founded by M.D. Anderson President Dr. Ronald DePinho, issued a press release claiming he was the principal investigator of a multi-institutional drug trial with one of the company's experimental drugs, a seeming violation of the cancer center's conflict-of-interest policy. M.D. Anderson said that the press release was wrong.

Gonzalez-Angulo, who began medical school in Colombia and finished at UT's Houston medical school, joined M.D. Anderson in 2003.

Coffee tasted sweet  The night in question occurred Jan. 27 at Gonzalez-Angulo's residence in the city of Southside Place, near West University Place.

 

 Antifreeze really OMG how can anyone take antifreeze  to try and kill your lover,that's insane, its not worth it if its not working out walk away no man is worth it to be getting into trouble with the law, however I hope she didn't do it

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