HOUSTON -- An apparentlove triangle between three doctors turned into what sounds like a script from a movie of the week.
One doctor is now facing criminal charges after police say she broke into the home of her romantic rival last weekend.
Doctor Angela Siler-Fisher is the medical director at Ben Taub Hospital s Emergency Center and is also a professor at Baylor College of Medicine.
Siler-Fisher now stands accused of a bizarre crime in an upscale West University area neighborhood.
According to documents, Siler-Fisher broke into a home there by kicking in a doggy door. Once inside, she allegedly used lipstick to write whore and homewrecker on the woman s mirror.
Siler-Fisher s husband, Brandon Fisher, called the other woman to let her know that his wife was on the way, according to sources.
The woman reportedly left the home with her kids before Siler-Fisher got there.
Law enforcement sources told KHOU Siler-Fisher also left a trail of unused condoms up the woman s staircase.
She s then accused of calling the woman on her way out and threatening to beat her . Documents allege Siler-Fisher texted the other woman 25 times over the next 16 hours.
It s totally out of character, said Siler-Fisher s neighbor Chris Pancheri.
Siler-Fisher lives less than three miles from where she allegedly committed the crime.
Pancheri, who calls Siler-Fisher a friend, believes she must ve had good reason to snap.
Most people s reaction would be a lot bigger than that one, said Pancheri. I thought the other woman got off easy.
Prosecutors don t see it that way.
Siler-Fisher was arrested on charges of criminal trespass and harassment. She has since posted bond.
According to documents, a surveillance camera captured Siler-Fisher coming and going from the other woman s home.
She s probably the most sane person in this neighborhood that I know. She s an extraordinary doctor from what I know, great wife and mother, explained Pancheri. She s a great woman.
Baylor College of Medicine released a brief statement following news of Siler-Fisher s arrest:
We understand that this is a private matter for Dr. Fisher and does not impact her work at Baylor College of Medicine.
Siler-Fisher could not be reached for comment Wednesday night.