employees are trading drugs in exchange for sex with patients. - McALESTER, Oklahoma - An Oklahoma drug rehab facility is being forced to hand over records that could possibly disclose that some employees are trading drugs in exchange for sex with patients. The Oklahoma Supreme Court denied Narconon Arrowhead's request to keep those documents protected. http://www.newson6.com/story/19601161/narconon-to-release-records-that-might-prove-employee-misconduct The documents will soon be released to the attorney representing the family of a young woman who overdosed after being released from the facility in 2008. That attorney said the facility considers employee records confidential, because many are former patients, so releasing them would violate Narconon's physician-patient privilege. The attorney will not be able to disclose the details within those documents with the public, at this time, but he said they may contain evidence of employee misconduct. 7/22/2012 Related Story: Father Calls Daughter's De...