As unbelievable as it sounds Monika Milka, a fraudster based in South Australia has had restrictions lifted by the state’s health department. Milka first came to my attention in May last year when I discovered that she was being sued by some of her victims.
AN alternative therapist is being sued by nine people who say they were injected with a bacteria.
Tindall Gask Bentley lawyer Mal Byrne said his firm had settled five claims, with nine still pending. The victims were allegedly infected with the bacteria, mycobacterium chelonae, in 2008.
They claim homeopathy practitioner Monika Milka infected them while performing biomesotherapy – designed to cure conditions from headaches to injuries. –Adelade Now
Then there was the parlimentary inquiry;
Under the provisions contained in the Public and Environmental Health Act 1987, the Department of Health seized samples and equipment from the premises and ordered that the procedure no longer be undertaken by the therapist at the centre of its investigation
Concerned that this potentially dangerous treatment would continue to be undertaken, the Committee wrote to the Department asking how the public will be protected from this practitioner administering this treatment in the future. In reply, the Department advised the Committee that it would ‘continue to monitor and enforce the standards required under the Public and Environmental Health Act 1987.’
Yet, despite this Monika Milka is now being allowed to continue committing fraud (i.e sell non-existent tratments). I can only hope she doesn’t kill someone.