When Carlos Santana performs “you’ve got to change your evil ways,” he apparently means it.
In a wrongful termination suit now in San Francisco’s 1st District Court of Appeal, a former personal assistant to the Grammy-winning musician and his wife, Deborah, claims the couple made him see a chiropractor identified only as “Dr. Dan” to be tested for his “closeness to God.”
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