‘Religious fanatic’ NHS doctor who nearly killed nurse in sick exorcism written off


A religious fanatic doctor nearly kills his nurse girlfriend while performing a disturbing exorcism to rid her of “evil spirits”.

Dr Hossam Metwally injected his partner, Kelly Wilson, with life-threatening drugs that left her in a deep coma and “nearly killed her”.

His sick ideas, born of “religious fanaticism”, were exposed in court where he was sentenced to 14 and a half years behind bars for committing a series of horrific acts.

Now a court has ruled he will never work in the medical profession again when he is finally released.

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The 61-year-old has been called a ‘disgrace’ to the profession, with the case described as ‘unlike any other in Humberside Constabulary’s history’, HullLive reports.

Hossam Metwally has been branded a ‘religious fanatic’

Metwally was previously an NHS anesthetist and practiced at Diana Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby while running a clinic from her home in town.

He was jailed at Sheffield Crown Court last year after being found guilty of eight counts, including distributing poison with intent to endanger his life.

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A three-day hearing held by the Medical Practitioners Tribunal Service (MPTS) earlier this week ruled that the disgraced anesthesiologist must be immediately removed from the medical register because anything less would damage public confidence in the medical profession.

Kelly Wilson remained in a coma
Kelly Wilson remained in a coma

During last year’s trial, it emerged how, between 2015 and 2019, Metwally became convinced his partner was ‘possessed by evil spirits’ which a judge said were ‘born out of religious fanaticism’ .

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The judge called the case ‘very serious and utterly bizarre’ and described Metwally’s relationship with Ms Wilson as ‘abusive’ and ‘a form of brainwashing’.

The court this week also heard how Metwally secretly filmed two female patients undressing – offenses to which he pleaded guilty in court.

Her voyeurism has been called a “grotesque” breach of trust that left one of the victims feeling “broken”.

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