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27 August 2010

'Bloodgate' doc condemned

The doctor at the centre of the Harlequins fake blood scandal did not act in the best interests of the rugby player she cut to cover up a bogus injury, a disciplinary panel said.

The doctor at the centre of the Harlequins fake blood scandal did not act in the best interests of the rugby player she cut to cover up a bogus injury, a disciplinary panel said.

Chapman, who broke down in tears while giving evidence had said that she cut Williams with a stitch cutter in the changing rooms as suspicious Leinster and match officials began to make inquiries about Williams's 'injury'.

 
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