A 19-year-old girl calling herself “Dr. Kitty” allegedly ran an unlicensed plastic surgery clinic out of her basement, Toronto Police said.
Dr. Kitty – in reality, Jingyi Wang of Toronto — advertised her plastic surgery services and at least one woman responded, getting a procedure performed on her, police claim.
“Within a few weeks, the woman developed an infection and had to seek medical help from a licensed plastic surgeon in Toronto,” police said.
The victim reportedly received corrective surgery and later alerted police to the sketchy doc, who searched Wang’s home and arrested her.
Wang was charged with aggravated assault and made her first court appearance on Saturday.
Sketchy plastic surgery might seem like a joke, but Wang is far from the first fake surgeon to get charged with very real crimes. One woman was convicted earlier this year for administering illegal silicone butt injections closed up with super glue. And a Read more at: http://www.oxygen.com/blogs/19-year-old-arrested-for-giving-plastic-surgery-out-of-basement-calling-herself-dr-kitty
Jane Fonda had a curt response to Megyn Kelly during Wednesday’s episode of NBC’s TODAY show, when the former Fox News host asked about Fonda’s history with plastic surgery.
“You’ve been an example to everyone in how to age beautifully and with strength and unapologetically. You admit you’ve had work done, which I think is to your credit. But you look amazing,” Kelly said to Fonda, who appeared during Kelly’s hour of the TODAY show with her Our Souls at Night costar Robert Redford. “I read that you said you’re not proud to admit you’ve had work done. Why not?”
Fonda stared at Kelly and then answered: “We really want to talk about that right now?”
Kelly quickly replied, “One of the things people think about you when they look at you is how amazing you look.”
In response to Kelly, Fonda credited her “good attitude, good posture,” and taking care
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Police arrested a New York state teenager on charges that she left her baby abandoned in a trash bag for three days before she was found, USA Today reported.
Harriette M. Hoyt, 17, was charged with second-degree attempted murder after neighbors discovered the child, who was between 8 months and 2 years old, according to differing reports.
Reportedly, they heard something that they initially believed was an animal crying behind a block of clapboard houses. At about 1 pm on Tuesday, they discovered that the noise was coming from a baby girl with feet sticking out of a white garbage bag.
“Her legs were just dangling in the bag. Her head was in the bag. Her whole head was covered all the way down. I tore it,” said the neighbor who rescued the girl, Kayla Seals, to WENY-TV.
“I picked her up. I took her in the bathroom,” Seals said to
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A Maryland mother who suffocated her two children to death was sentenced to 45 years in prison Wednesday.
26-year-old Sonya Spoon put plastic bags over the heads of her children; 22-month-old son Ayden and 3-year-old daughter Kayla, and sealed them with duct tape before attempting suicide. The killings occurred in September 2014, barely a week after she was hospitalized and for an emergency mental health evaluation and released, according to The Washington Post.
Pavi Spoon, Sonya’s adoptive mother, said her daughter has long suffered from mental illness, despite never being officially diagnosed. Abandoned at 4-months-old, she spent three years in a Russian orphanage before being adopted by American parents. She later sustained a traumatic brain injury when she was 18, the result of a car crash. In court, Maryland psychiatrist Susan Fiester said she suffered from attachment disorder and post-partum depression. Fiester believes a custody battle with Kayla’s father
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