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An Italian dentist who used a fake arm to get a Covid-19 mRNA vaccine has been suspended from his job.

Guido Russo, 57, is identified as the anti-vaxxer who went viral for using a fake arm to get the injection.

He is now under investigation for fraud, and has reportedly been suspended from his job, DailyMail.com reports.

Russo allegedly purchased the fake arm on Amazon.com, where a similar product is advertised as a "fake male chest arm" and "silicone body suit".

Russo wore the silicone and foam arm to fool health authorities into giving him a Covid-19 vaccine pass.

The pass is required for indoor dining in restaurants, to enter theaters and to attend sporting events.

Unvaccinated Italians are banned from attending nearly every event where crowds are present.

After Russo's name was released publicly, reporters showed up at his door.

Russo told the reporters: "You ruined my life. Go away. I'll call the police."

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Dr. Heavenly Kimes was criticized on Twitter.com for "promoting slavery" by urging people to work for free to gain valuable experience.

Dr. Heavenly, star of Bravo TV's Married to Medicine, runs a successful dental practice in a suburb north of Atlanta.

The reality TV star took time out of her busy schedule to drop employment advice to her Twitter followers who have enjoyed a year off from work while drawing Covid unemployment benefits.

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Dr. Heavenly, pictured right with co-star Jacqueline Walters, suggested people on unemployment should work for free -- since they're already getting paid by the government to sit at home and do nothing.

"#Job101 work for free or for lesser pay. Prove yourself to your employer! Trust me if you are good, they will hire you with top pay in no time!"

Dr. Heavenly, who worked as an unpaid intern, urged people to work for free to gain valuable experience on the job.

However, her advice was not appreciated by many.

Unemployment benefits are scheduled to end in September.

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A popular Dallas, Texas dentist, who also moonlighted as a rapper, was reportedly shot at his dental practice.

Fans flooded the social media accounts of Dr. Jerrett Rosenborough, DDS, after reports that "a rapper" was shot on Thursday, and was in surgery at Baylor University Medical Center.

Rosenborough was attacked inside his dental practice and was shot as he tried to flee in his Mercedes G-Wagon. In photos uploaded to social media, the luxury vehicle was riddled with bullets.

The graduate of Texas A&M University Baylor College of Dentistry operated the Uptown Dental Studio in Dallas.

Rosenborough, who used the rap moniker "Dr. Rose", regularly posted pictures of his flashy automobiles and expensive jewelry on Instagram.

He was described as a "gentle, knowledgeable dentist who provided a wide variety of procedures. He specialized in permanent diamond-studded grills favored by gangster rappers.

Update: NBCDFW reports that Dr. Rose was treated at a hospital for a gunshot wound and released.
 

An FBI affidavit reveals a 4th person was involved in the murder-for-hire plot to kill popular Dallas dentist Kendra Hatcher.

The unnamed individual was with Crystal Cortes and Brenda Delgado at the latter's apartment where they "and others" plotted to kill Hatcher. He has not been charged.

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The girlfriend of Kristopher Love, the man police suspect shot and killed Dallas dentist Kendra Hatcher in the parking garage of her luxury apartments, says she doesn't believe he killed Hatcher.

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An arrest warrant is expected to be issued soon for the ex-girlfriend of Kendra Hatcher's boyfriend. Hatcher, 35, was shot to death in the parking garage of her luxury high rise apartments in Dallas, Texas on Sept. 2.

Police arrested 23-year-old dental assistant Crystal Cortes (pictured top right) and charged her with capital murder on Friday. She is being held in lieu of $500,000 bail.

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