Dr. Dakota Schillman, renowned Beverly Hills psychiatrist for the rich and famous, revealed to CNN's Larry King in an exclusive interview, that he had recently diagnosed California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger as an overtly hostile personality.
Speaking with King live on a Wednesday night CNN exclusive, Schillman related that he had recently been called to the Governor's mansion in Sacramento by a member of the Governor's staff to help Governor Schwarzenegger deal with some of the work related stress inherent with his position.
Staff members told Dr. Schillman that Schwarzenegger had been outraged by a group of gay rights activists who had been picketing the Governor's Mansion with inappropriate signs and dress for a week. Schwarzenegger had snapped earlier in the day after being mooned by one of the activists as the Governor's motorcade returned from a luncheon engagement. Upon entering the mansion, Schwarzenegger trashed an historic renovation project by breaking 2x4's in half over his knee, and swearing in three languages. Familiar with his role in "The Terminator", staff members called Dr. Schillman.
Schillman said that he spent three hours discussing stress related problems with the Governor, and came to a diagnosis.
I made the Governor comfortable, and I took a deep breath, and told him, "Governor, you have latent homicidal tendencies," Dr. Schillman reported.
Next thing, the Governor was on his feet with veins popped out in his neck, fists clinched, and a real wild scary look in his eye, and Governor Schwarzenegger blusters, "You bastard! I'm going to kill you! Nobody calls me a queer!"