The 3rd Circuit has essentially told a plaintiff to forgetabout pursuing her 20-year-old claim against the psychiatrist she saidabused her in therapy sessions for 19 years.

The plaintiff claimed the discovery rule applied to toll thestatute of limitations because she did not remember that the doctorsexually abused her until years later, nor did she realize until aftershe left the doctor’s care how inappropriate his treatment was.

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