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Marvell Scott Biography, Age, Height, Education, Net Worth and News

Marvell Scott is a physician and former journalist. He is a graduate of Wheaton Central High School in Wheaton, Illinois, a graduate of the University of Delaware and a graduate of Wright State University

 

Marvell Scott Biography

Marvell Scott is a physician and former journalist. He is a graduate of Wheaton Central High School in Wheaton, Illinois, a graduate of the University of Delaware and a graduate of Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine. Scott was recruited from high school and played as a football running back at the University of Illinois, in the Big Ten conference. He played two seasons as a professional indoor football player in addition to playing semi-pro baseball as a pitcher. He also won a state championship in bodybuilding as a teen.

Marvell Scott Age

The American is a physician and former journalist was born on February 28, 1973 (age 46 years).

Marvell Scott Height

Wondering how tall is the  American is a physician and former journalist, well, according to our research he has a standing height of 5 feet 10 inches tall.

Marvell Scott Education

He is a graduate of Wheaton Central High School in Wheaton, Illinois, a graduate of the University of Delaware and a graduate of Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine. Scott was recruited from high school and played as a football running back at the University of Illinois, in the Big Ten conference. He played two seasons as a professional indoor football player in addition to playing semi-pro baseball as a pitcher. He also won a state championship in bodybuilding as a teen. In 2002, Scott joined WAB

Marvell Scott  Career

Dr. Marvell Scott, M.D., CSCS, FACM, is a New York-based, board-certified specialist in Sports Medicine. Dr. Scott is the founder and President of Performance Health, which has offices in multiple locations throughout the greater New York region.
Dr. Scott received his medical education from the Wright State School Medicine located in Dayton, Ohio. Thereafter, he completed his residency at the Mount Sinai – Cabrini Medical Center, also located in Dayton. After his residency, Scott accepted the respected Robert Wood Johnson fellowship from the University of Medicine and Dentistry, New Jersey.
During his service at UMDNJ, Dr. Scott assisted athletes of various level and injury.

He served as the staff physician at Rutgers and Princeton. He also treated professional athletes from Major League Baseball and the National Football League. After his experience with UMDNJ, Dr. Scott decided to found his own company, Performance Health. His years of direct, practical experience provided him with a wealth of insight into what truly represents effective sports medicine. Sports medicine cannot only remain focused on injury treatment. To enable athletes to reach their full potentials, long-term plans must also be developed to prevent additional injuries and health problems.

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Marvell Scott Legal controversy

On February 23, 2010, the New York Post reported that Scott was to be arraigned on second-degree rape charges. The New York Daily News reported that the victim was a 14-year-old child runaway, coerced into prostitution by an adult male. On August 14, 2011, Scott pleaded guilty to misdemeanor injuring the welfare of a child in the case in a plea agreement in which he would get 20 days of community service and ultimately have his record cleared.

In June 2015, Scott was reported to be a victim in an extortion plot hatched by an exotic dancer he had developed a romantic relationship with after meeting her at a strip club. The dancer reportedly recorded video of Scott snorting a “white powdery substance” and, along with two friends, threatened Scott with releasing the video to the news media and the medical disciplinary board if Scott didn’t pay the extortionists $100,000. The extortionists were eventually all identified and charged in the scheme.

Marvell Scott Net Worth

Have you been wondering how rich is the American is a physician and former journalist, well, according to our research, he has a standing net worth of $6 Million.

Marvell Scott News

Efforts to reach Scott directly, via phone calls to his residence in New Jersey, as well as his medical practice in Pomona, N.Y., were not successful Wednesday. A receptionist at the office referred all phone calls to Portale. According to the news release from the Monroe County district attorney’s office: Normando worked as a dancer at Club 15, a strip club in Lake Hopatcong, N.J., where she met and eventually became romantically involved with Scott. She met Hill and Davenport, who have been dating more than 10 years, in 2014 and began regularly using heroin with them, in the presence of their children.

Once Hill and Davenport learned Normando had a relationship with Scott, they devised a plan to extort cash from him. The plan included Normando’s faking a pregnancy to draw him closer to her, and obtaining compromising video footage of Scott, which they would threaten to sell to the media. visiting Scott at his home in New Jersey, Normando, using her cellphone, recorded him allegedly snorting a powdered white substance. The news release did not specify when the video was made but said within a week Hill, Davenport and Normando sent the doctor an email telling him they would release compromising video footage to several media outlets and report him to the medical misconduct board.

The email went on to say everything would “go away” if Scott paid $100,000 within 30 days. Initially, Scott did not respond to the email. The trio sent a follow-up email with an edited copy of the video. They next began text-messaging Scott using an application known as Talkatone Llc, which gives the user the ability to send text messages and place phone calls using an Internet connection while remaining anonymous. On May 28, Scott met Hill outside of A Pocono Country Place in Coolbaugh Township. Hill collected $5,000 from Scott, who thought that would be the end of the matter. The trio contacted Scott again, however, ordering he pay an additional $95,000.They asked Scott to start with a $10,000 payment and arranged for a meeting at the same A Pocono Country Place location.

Scott subsequently contacted the authorities, who set up a sting operation. On June 4, Hill, who thought he was meeting with Scott once again, met an undercover detective instead. When police attempted to apprehend Hill, he fled on foot into the woods. Hill was quickly captured as police stopped traffic on Route 196 in front of the drop site. Normando, caught in traffic, was discovered and also taken into custody. In the following days, police interviewed witnesses, executed search warrants and collected dozens of pieces of evidence, including cellphones and phone records for Scott, Davenport, Hill, and Normando. The $5,000 Scott paid has not been recovered, the district attorney’s office reported. Police said they learned Davenport, Hill, and Normando spent the majority of that money on heroin.

On Wednesday, both Davenport and Hill gave up their right to a preliminary hearing before District Judge Anthony Fluegel in Coolbaugh. Attorney Bradley Weidenbaum, who is representing Hill, said his client decided to waive his right to a hearing so as to not “further embarrass [Scott].”Assistant District Attorney Matt Bernal requested Hill’s bail be raised from $10,000 to $100,000 because of a separate federal tax fraud case against him. Weidenbaum argued against raising the bail, but Fluegel agreed. Davenport is also being held on $100,000 bail. Normando is free on $20,000 bail and awaiting a preliminary hearing. Both Davenport and Hill had no comment as they left the courtroom Wednesday. Because they waived their right to a hearing, the two will now head to county court