An attorney for the two Birmingham doctors accused of pulling off the procedure last month filed two motions Tuesday seeking to dismiss Johnny Lee Banks’ lawsuit and sanction his attorney, John Graves. They claim his penis was never amputated
An Alabama man’s claim that his penis was amputated during what was supposed to be a routine circumcision last month is total junk, according to motions filed on behalf of the accused doctors.
An attorney for the Birmingham doctors filed two motions Tuesday seeking to dismiss the suit and sanction the attorney representing the allegedly snipped patient, Johnny Lee Banks, AL.com reported.
No botched circumcision
Attorney Mike Florie argued that the claims in attorney John Graves’ lawsuit entirely “lack any basis in fact, and their allegations are entirely false.” Florie further accuses Graves, along with Eversole Law LLC, of either having known this or having been in a position to have known.
“These actions by the patient’s attorneys are reprehensible and have harmed two outstanding and dedicated doctors, and their professional groups,” Florie said in a statement.