CHARLESTON, W.Va. - A nurse has filed suit against West Virginia Media Holdings President Bray Cary claiming he became hostile and belligerent during a routine examination.

Melinda Heiss says in the suit filed in Kanawha County Circuit Court this week that the incident happened in 2012 when she visited one of Cary's TV stations, WOWK in Charleston, to perform medical screening necessary for a life insurance policy.

Heiss claims the trouble started after she drew a vial of blood and asked Cary a series of questions. "Carey became hostile and refused to answer any further questions, explaining that ' he had already provided the information' to the insurance agent."

In the complaint, Heiss says she decided to discontinue the examination and leave, but "At this point, Defendant Cary stood in front of the closed office door and told Your Plaintiff that she was ' not going anywhere' until she gave him back the vial of blood, and refused to allow her to leave the office." ...

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