Sheree Whitfield went out on a blind date with a “doctor”, who she believed to be a psychiatrist.  As it turns out, he was not a psychiatrist, but a psychologist.  Then, as it turns out, he is not a psychologist either.  He doesn’t have a doctorate in anything, and he is not licensed anywhere to practice psychology.

Tiy-E Muhammad, 35, says he’s a doctor, but he didn’t earn a Ph.D. in psychology at the school from which he has said he graduated, school records show. In fact, he attended Southern Illinois University for just one semester as an unspecified graduate student, said SIU spokesman Tom Woolf.

“I checked it out when I moved here. It’s not against the law,” he said.

But when a reporter read Muhammad the Georgia Law Code that relates to psychologists (Sec. 43-39-7), he said, “I’m a life coach, I say I’m a life coach. It makes things simpler.

So, to recap … he checked to see if it was against the law in Georgia to pretend to be a doctor, and he believed it was not against the law, so he promptly set up shop pretending to be a doctor, counseling people and even teaching at a university, all based upon lies about his credentials.   Then, when the newspaper busted him on his fake credentials, and told him he could go to jail for it, he claimed that he is not a doctor after all, but a “life coach”.

Who set Sheree up with this clown?

Harpo who that man?

 

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