CRAZED THERAPIST PLEADS GUILTY
TO STALKING SOLDIER AT FORT RILEY
WACKO WOMAN FLIPPED OUT FOR
MARRIED GI - SENT HIM LOVE NOTES
AND PERFUMED PANTIES - "I'LL BE
YOUR CRAZY BITCH" RACHELLE SANTIAGO
TEXTS SERGEANT - FRANTIC FEMALE
WON'T TAKE "NO" FOR AN ANSWER
BANNED FROM POST, SHE BREACHES
GATE - LEADS MP'S ON 100 MPH CHASE
NUTTY SHRINK SENT TO THE MENTAL
HOSPITAL - "FATAL ATTRACTION" GAL
© 2011 MilitaryCorruption.com
It was a scene straight out of the movie FATAL ATTRACTION. A whacked-out woman goes nutty over a guy and refuses to take "NO" for an answer.
In this case, it was 44 year-old Rachelle Santiago. She worked as a therapist at Fort Riley, Kan.
The object of her obsessive desire - an unidentified Army NCO who had come to the headshrinker for help in preserving his faltering marriage.
Instead of good advice, the GI got a groping and love notes marked "Master."
THE HEAD SHRINKER FLIPS OUT
"You want a crazy bitch, I'll be your crazy bitch," Santiago texted the stunned sergeant. But soon the messages got menacing, after the NCO spurned her advances and told her to get lost.
"I don't want to hurt you, but you are hurting me. . . I will eat your lunch . . .Talk to me or I will jack you up six ways to Sunday . . . Don't doubt my ability to do this."
The soldier was rightfully concerned when he spotted his former shrink sitting in her car outside his house. After Santiago allegedly made threats against the sergeant's wife and family, the GI got post officials to ban Santiago from coming on Fort Riley.
That didn't work when the crazed woman breeched the gate and led military police on a wild, one-hour chase, at times reaching speeds of 110 miles an hour.
When she was finally taken into custody, the frantic female was rushed to a nearby hospital where she trashed the place, ripping things off the walls and screaming obscenities at ER personnel.
"She was completely out-of-control, manic, profane and delusional," an observer said.
That was in January. Now the troubled therapist has calmed down enough to plead guilty to stalking, sexual battery, making a criminal threat, fleeing from police, and unlawful entering of a military installation.
Trial had been set for the week of September 19. Now the court will set a sentencing date and a very sick woman will find out how much time, if any, she will have to spend behind bars.