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Jan. 11, 2018 –  It’s an Orthodox Jewish village more than 800 miles from Milwaukee. Despite the distance, Engel says Freund kept a close eye on the business, either in person or over his network of cameras. “He even made a joke once to me,” Engel recalled, “remember I can see you in the hallway.” Freund has no medical background, but allegedly required that clients be drug tested every time they came for an appointment. And Engel said the boss had little patience for those who missed appointments. It accuses Freund of using “vulnerable individuals” for “personal gain” by filing claims for unnecessary drug urine screens.  According to the  lawsuit, those claims increased from roughly $179,000 in 2011 to nearly $3,000,000 in 2014.
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