A pharmaceutical executive working for Insys therapeutics has been accused of giving a doctor a lap dance in an effort to persuade him to prescribe a fentanyl spray to his patients. Sunrise Lee, the woman accused of giving the lap dance, was hired by Insys as a regional sales manager, despite having no experience in the pharmaceutical industry. Formerly an exotic dancer, Lee while acting as a sales rep gave a doctor a lap dance at a Chicago club while pushing the potent opioid painkiller, Subsys.
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A former employee testified that Sunrise Lee, a former Insys Therapeutics Inc regional sales director, gave a lap dance to a doctor who was being paid to push the company's powerful fentanyl spray. A witness has testified that an ex-stripper-turned- drug company executive gave a doctor a lap dance as part of a sales pitch for an addictive fentanyl spray. Holly Brown, a former sales representative at Insys Therapeutics, said in federal court on Tuesday that her then-boss, Sunrise Lee, had been rewarding the Illinois doctor, identified as Paul Madison, who received the alleged dance for prescribing the powerful product to patients and paying him to speak at events, Reuters reported.
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Boston : A former pharmaceutical executive accused of joining in a scheme to bribe doctors into prescribing a powerful painkiller once gave a lap dance to a doctor the company was pressuring to get his patients on the drug, her onetime colleague said Tuesday. Jurors heard the testimony on the second day of the closely watched federal trial in Boston against Insys Therapeutics founder John Kapoor and four other former executives. They include Sunrise Lee, whom prosecutors have described as a former exotic dancer who was hired to be a regional sales manager even though she had no experience in the pharmaceutical world.
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John Kapoor, CEO of US-based Insys Therapeutics, as we reported, has been accused of using illegal marketing tactics in order to make doctors prescribe a highly addictive opioid painkiller. His company's manager, Sunrise Lee, a former stripper, is also facing trial and on Tuesday, court proceedings revealed that one physician, Paul Madison, received a special lap dance by Lee once, as part of bribery. Madison ran a pain clinic in Illinois and is "extremely moody, lazy, and inattentive," said an Insys sales representative in court.