04 Dec Jonathan Cartu Reports: ‘Calculating’ dentist, 50, tried to give his wife a date
‘Calculating’ dentist, 50, whose missing wife is the subject of a murder probe is struck off after admitting he had tried to give her a date rape drug to see if she was having an affair
- Dr Majid Mustafa, 50, hired a patient to supply him with a ‘date rape’ drug
- His wife, Renata Antczak, 49, has been missing since April 25, 2017
- Dr Mustafa denied any involvement in his wife’s disappearance
- He put spy cameras in his wife’s car and used software to track her phone calls
A dentist whose missing wife is the subject of a murder investigation has been struck off because he had tried to drug her before her disappearance to see if she was having an affair.
‘Calculating’ Dr Majid Mustafa recruited a patient to supply him with ‘date rape’ drug GHB so he could administer it to his spouse and gain access to her iPhone by using her fingerprint.
A General Dental Council [GDC] tribunal heard Dr Mustafa ‘showed a willful disregard and contempt’ by trying to procure the illegal drug as he grew suspicious Renata Antczak was cheating on him.
Ms Antczak, mother of their two daughters, has been missing since April 25, 2017, after she was last seen dropping her child off to school in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire.
Majid Mustafa, left, was given a 12 month conditional charge at Doncaster Crown Court, South Yorkshire, after attempting to drug his wife with GHB. Renata Antzcak, right, has been missing since April 25, 2017, after she was last seen dropping her child off to school in Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Majid Mustafa, right, tried to give an illegal drug to his wife, Renata Antczak, left, with the help of a patient, a GDC report confirms
A GDC report said between March 30 and April 25 of 2017 Dr Mustafa carried out a plot to drug his wife by enlisting the help of a patient – named in the document as Patient A but identified at a previous court hearing as Robert Lipinski – to source GHB from drug dealers in Poland.
Dr Mustafa, based in Hull, was thrown into the centre of the investigation into his wife’s disappearance but publicly denied any involvement, despite marriage difficulties.
He was later given a 12-month conditional discharge at Doncaster Crown Court, south Yorkshire, after trying to drug his wife with GHB and the court was told he also put spy cameras in her car and used software to monitor her phone calls.
After failing to turn up to the GDC tribunal, Dr Mustafa has now been struck off.
The GDC report said Dr Mustafa’s actions were ‘persistent and demonstrated a pattern of deliberate and calculated conduct’
A report of the hearing said: ‘His actions involved attempting to procure illegal drugs which would have been obtained from drug dealers in Poland.
‘Dr Mustafa’s actions were persistent and demonstrated a pattern of deliberate and calculated conduct.
‘Dr Mustafa has shown a willful disregard and contempt for his regulator and his premeditated actions may have caused serious harm to his wife, Patient A and to the wider public.’
The report also said: ‘The Committee noted that there was a pattern of unprofessional behaviour displayed by Dr Mustafa. There was and may remain a risk to the public interest given his lack of insight into his unprofessional conduct.’