The former head of USC’s prestigious medical school for years carried on an astounding double life — married, respected eye doctor by day and meth-smoking, philandering party animal by night, it was revealed Monday. “He would say, ‘They love me around here. The medical students think I am God,’” 21-year-old Sarah Warren, a former prostitute...
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