Billy Mitchell claims his doctor won't see him because to Donkey Kong cheating accusations

Billy Mitchell claims his doctor won't see him because to Donkey Kong cheating accusations ...

If you've heard of Donkey Kong, then you've probably heard of Billy Mitchell. Many world records were held by the former 'King of Kong' in arcade games such as Pac-Man and the aforementioned, but many have since been questioned, with some accusing him of playing multiple arcade machines emulators. Mitchell denies the allegations and has even sued Guinness World Records supplier Twin Galaxies.

Mitchell is claiming that his doctor of 30 years is refusing to see him because he believes he's a cheat in a new testimony shared on Perfect Pac-Man.

"After Twin Galaxies slanderous statements on April 12, 2018, one of Responding Parties doctors, Dr. Stanley Skopit, refused to see Responding Party after Responding Party attended an annual exam. When Responding Party arrived for his examination, the assistant to Dr. Skopit informed Mitchell that Dr. Skopit would not see him... the assistant informed Responding Party that Dr. Skopit read the allegations from Twin Galaxies."

Mitchell claims that the stress of the case has caused him to have a hernia and atrial fibrillation. This testimony was given as part of the deposition process, as he had to respond to admission and production requests.

The fight with Mitchell and Twin Galaxies is ongoing, but the saga has been going on for a long time, with no indications that it will stop soon. Originally, Mitchell's lawsuit against Twin Galaxies may have never gone through due to a SLAPP (anti-strategic lawsuit against public participation), but the State of California's Second Appellate rejected Twin Galaxies' motion.

Kotaku has reached out to Mitchell's doctor for a statement.

[source kotaku.com]