Doctor accused of breaking into woman's home takes plea deal

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HOUSTON - The Houston doctor involved in an alleged love triangle has been given one year of probation.  

Dr. Angela Siler-Fisher is charged with trespassing and harassment.

She's accused of breaking into the home of fellow Dr. Marcelle Mallery, who also happens to be friends with Dr. Siler-Fisher's husband, Dr. Brandon Fisher.

According to police, Dr. Siler-Fisher broke into the house through a "doggy door," and then used lipstick to scrawl the words "whore" and "home-wrecker" on a bathroom mirror.

According to court documents, the break-in was recorded on video by home security cameras.

Police say Dr. Siler-Fisher also sent Mallery a total of 25 text messages in a period of 16 hours.

Dr. Fisher is medical director of the Ben Taub hospital's emergency center.

Under the pre-trial diversion program, an alternative to prosecution, Siler-Fisher's record will be cleared if she stays out of trouble for a year.

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