in

Sick doctor 'strapped nurse down and drugged her' to film 'dangerous' exorcisms

Metwally has been told a prison sentence is inevitable
Sick doctor 039strapped nurse down and drugged her039 to film

Last Updated on August 6, 2021 by MyGh.Online

A twisted hospital anaesthetist is to be sent to prison after he was found guilty of injecting his nurse partner with drugs during a series of bizarre exorcism ceremonies –leaving her close to death with multiple organ failure.

Hossam Metwally recorded himself administering fluids through a cannula to Kelly Wilson while chanting as part of a “dangerous perversion” of the Islamic Ruqya ritual, a court heard.

The 60-year-old, of Laceby Road, Grimsby, went on trial at Sheffield Crown Court in June, but a blanket ban on reporting proceedings meant it couldn’t be revealed until now, reports Grimsby Live.

He originally denied nine offences, including three involving administering anaesthetic drugs which endangered the life of Kelly Wilson, three of supplying controlled drugs and medicines to her, possessing a controlled drug with intent to supply and fraud.

Read Also  Mystery as UFO falls out of sky leaving trail of smoke then crashes into sea


Metwally has been told a prison sentence is inevitable
Metwally has been told a prison sentence is inevitable

The jury was warned about the disturbing nature of the content before it was shown extracts from 200 clips the doctor recorded over four years, mainly at his home in Grimsby, north-east Lincolnshire.

Some of the recordings show Ms Wilson strapped to a bed, in others she is in a bath, and some show a white liquid being administered – on occasions using an electronic device.

In one clip from 2016, Metwally can be heard chanting and after he revives his partner with smelling salts, she asks “have you raped me?” and requests the police.

Metwally, who is originally from Egypt, told the jury he performed rituals on Ms Wilson to exorcise evil spirits, called Jinns, but said he only used holy oil and did not inject anaesthetics.

Read Also  Bizarre 'dinosaur egg' growing on woman's roof sparks horrifying theories of what it is


The twisted doc's victim nearly died of organ failure
The twisted doc’s victim nearly died of organ failure

Following an eight-week trial, the jury on Thursday took just two hours to find the father-of-four guilty of endangering Ms Wilson’s life through the unlawful and deliberate intravenous administration of anaesthetics or sedative agents and drug possession offences.

Judge Jeremy Richardson QC told the jury he had “never been involved in a more bizarre case” in his 41-year legal career and said Metwally had been convicted on the “clearest possible” evidence.

The jury also heard how Metwally held a “vast stock of drugs” at his Laceby Road home, including ampoules of ketamine, propofol, fentanyl and Diazemuls.



A reporting restriction had prevented details of the case being published until now
A reporting restriction had prevented details of the case being published until now

An imam told the jury the Ruqya is a valid practice but would never involve drugs or sedation.

Read Also  ‘Time traveller’ claims 7ft aliens will land on Earth next year and spark war

He said the case was “quite disturbing” and watching the video clips made him feel “really upset”.



0 Screen Shot 2021 02 19 at 144626

Want all the latest shocking news and views from all over the world straight into your inbox?

We’ve got the best royal scoops, crime dramas and breaking stories – all delivered in that Daily Star style you love.

Our great newsletters will give you all you need to know, from hard news to that bit of glamour you need every day. They’ll drop straight into your inbox and you can unsubscribe whenever you like.

You can sign up here – you won’t regret it…

Metwally was found guilty of the intravenous administration of anaesthetic drugs to sedate Ms Wilson which endangered her life; the supply of various controlled drugs or medicines and the possession of a controlled drug with intent to supply.

He also admitted a charge of fraud during his trial.

Judge Richardson remanded Metwally in custody until he is sentenced on September 20 and told him a prison term “of some substance” is inevitable.


mygh.online/news/latest-news/sick-doctor-strapped-nurse-down-24706585

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

one × 5 =