U.S. It took more than a decade and hundreds of thousands of prescriptions for the truth to kick in for Kim Thien Le. Having welcomed a baby boy, the new mother Le allegedly tried winning the sympathy vote by State Board of Pharmacy investigators. So when they quizzed her for carrying out the duties of a pharmacist when she wasn’t licensed, the faux pharmacist seemed to lob a Hail Mary. Le allegedly pleaded for a sort of pardon by telling them, “Me and my son would be very grateful if you could just forget about this,” according to the Accusation filed on Oct. 11, 2018, and reviewed by Newsweek. It spells out how Le managed to adopt a pair of legitimate pharmacists’ licenses for her own gain. And then when it appeared at the time Le was willing to own up to the accusations that she had been masquerading as a pharmacist in real-life when she didn’t have any license to do so, she allegedly promised not to do it again. “I will pay whatever fine,” the document suggests she allegedly offered and then promised that she would “not be coming back to work as a pharmacist.” Former Walgreens pharmacist, Kim Thien Le is… Read full this story
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