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04th Jan 2017

Drip Doctors founder at the centre of the Samir Nasri Twitter storm speaks out

She has released a full statement

Rob Burnett

The medic accused on Samir Nasri’s hacked Twitter account of providing the footballer with a “full sexual service” has broken her silence.

In a written statement released on social media on Wednesday, Jamila Sozahdah, the founder & CEO of Drip Doctors denied that anything other than a medical treatment took place with Nasri and branded the incident as “cyber bullying”.

The statement, which Drip Doctors said they were making “in response to the false allegations made against Drip Doctors’ CEO & founder” read:

“Jamila Sozahdah, founder & CEO of Drip Doctors, is Board Certified Physician Assistant with a proven track record of providing healthful immunotherapy boosts to an extensive A-list clientele.

“Ms. Sozahdah founded Drip Doctors with two premier doctors in their field on staff, as well as a team of qualified nurses, and together they deliver professional health services across Southern California in their Downtown Los Angeles clinic.

“As well, Drip Doctors offer their services via house calls for high profile clients requiring the utmost privacy.

“Drip Doctors has developed an exclusive range of boosters for clients with uncompromising demands in health, energy, beauty, and athletic performance.

“As a proud CEO of a flourishing business, and thriving female entrepreneur, Ms Sozahdah adheres to uncompromising standards for the health of her clients and the success of Drip Doctors.

“This week, Ms Sozahdah was dragged into an unfortunate incident involving libelous accusations sent on the hacked social media account of Samir Nasri, after administering a standard treatment on the soccer star.

“Ms Sozahdah would like to address head on this unfortunate incident of cyber-bullying: all Drip Doctors services are professional health services, administered by a professional team, and all insinuations otherwise are nothing more than libelous attacks.

“All too often, women are subject to online harassment, and for cyber trolls, insinuations of sexual impropriety are as easy way to ruin a successful woman’s career.

“Jamila Sozahdah and the entire Drip Doctors team stand by their professional medical services and refuse to be bullied.

“The entire team looks forward to continuing providing cutting edge medical services to its extraordinary clientele.”

The original tweets can be read here.

It has also emerged that Nasri, who is on loan at Sevilla from Manchester City, is being investigated by the Spanish Anti-Doping Agency (AEPSAD) over the drip he is said to have received in LA, in case it broke World Anti Doping Agency (WADA) rules.

AEPSAD said it had “commenced an investigation into treatment used by football player Samir Nasri”.

The statement added: “AEPSAD wants to gather all the information and check what happened. We must be very prudent at the moment. We can’t prejudge the player.”

According to the Drip Doctors website the immunity IV drip is one litre of hydration designed to “combat superbugs and common viruses”.

The WADA limit for active athletes is 50ml, unless “received in the course of hospital admissions, surgical procedures or clinical investigations”.

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