‘Botched’ Star Terry Dubrow Sued by Butt Lift Patient He Accused of Extortion
One of the “Botched” stars Terry dubrowThe patient’s patient has threatened to sue him for what she claims was the hell bum lift that nearly killed her.
Sandy Scoggins Dubrow continues, saying she suffered the bloody after-effects of her July 2019 surgery. According to her lawsuit, several incisions opened, resulting in life-threatening infections, excruciating pain and permanent disability.
In the costume, obtained by TMZ, Sandy says she went to Dubrow to get rid of the loose skin and cellulite on her legs. She says she didn’t want a huge scar on her leg, and that’s why she chose Dubrow … who she claims said he could improve his appearance by 85%.
However, her post-operative problems started almost immediately. Sandy claims E! staff members, with cameras and lights, came into the operating room and scolded her to shut up because they were filming. She claims that she did not consent to their being there.
According to the costume, things took a bloody and painful turn as soon as she tried to sit up in bed after the operation … her incision opened above her butt in the center of her back . The photos of her injuries – included in the costume – are gruesome … showing an incision in her groin that she says burst, as well as the incision on her back.
She claims that over the next 7 days … the back incision tore in several places and she had to return to the hospital. Sandy says she developed a severe fever, had swelling in her abdomen, and the wound was infected. In the lawsuit, she claims her GP called Dubrow 4 times, but he never called back.
Sandy returned home to Texas in August, but says the complications continued. According to the lawsuit, doctors said bacteria destroyed more than 4 inches of his flesh – and they found “beige and white mesh-like synthetic material” in his body, which was allegedly left out by the surgery. by Dubrow. She chases after him, E! and others involved in his surgery for more than $ 10 million in damages.
As we reported … Dubrow claimed last week that Scoggins was trying to extort him for $ 5 million, and filed a motion to process the matter in arbitration.
Sources connected to Dubrow say he does not use mesh during his procedures, so it would be impossible for his operation to be the source of the material found at Scoggins.
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