NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) -- A Tennessee doctor who was allowed to practice medicine again after spending time in prison for killing his wife and mother-in-law has lost his license because of more-recent charges related to illegal prescriptions.
The Tennessee Board of Medical Examiners on Wednesday revoked the license of Dr. Visu Vilvarajah.
Vilvarajah, an anesthesiologist who ran a pain clinic in Nashville, was arrested last year with his ex-wife, Dr. Mireille Lalanne.
The two, who were not married at the time of the arrests, were accused of illegally writing prescription painkillers for about 350 people in Harlan County, Ky.
The Tennessee medical board put Lalanne on probation for five years.
Lawyers for the two doctors didn't immediately return messages seeking comment after the decision.
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