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Breaking news: Report says Taste of Sicily’s ex employee Christine Mason, in Palmyra is being investigated for allegations of misconduct

Lebanon County, PA: Fox 43 reported on Tuesday, February 1st, 2022 that officials are investigating the restaurant Taste of Sicily for potential misconduct. The report shares that the the ex employee and daughter of restaurant owner, Christine Mason was promoting her knowledge of a doctor who will provide those who are seeking, the medicines Ivermectin and hydroxychloroquine. These two medicines have not been approved by the FDA for COVID-19 treatment. This is not the first the the restaurant has faced controversy, during the beginning of the COVID-19 lockdowns, the restaurant refused to close doors and in doing so they were going against the statewide order of Governor Wolf. They were found not guilty of remaining open.

The allegations state that there is a doctor that is supplying these medicines to people requesting them and that Christine Mason is connecting people with her. The Facebook page of the restaurant and the actual restaurant are reported to be separate from each other Christine Mason has shared.

There are several videos on the Taste of Sicily Facebook page that show Christine sharing her views on COVID-19 and how she is connected with people who can help. Here is one of her videos:

According to the Fox 43 report, the Pennsylvania’s Attorney General Office confirmed that the investigation is underway by the Palmyra Borough Police Department and an statement made the the Lebanon County District Attorney shares that this matter has been referred to the Attorney’s General Office as complaints have been reported in other counties as well in regards to the restaurant’s misconduct. Christine Mason has not made comments about this allegations at this time.

This story has been updated

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