An Atlanta plastic surgeon is facing a slew of lawsuits after it was revealed she had filmed herself singing and dancing over her exposed patients during surgeries.
Dozens of videos have been found that show Dr Windell Boutte cavorting in the operating room, even while making incisions on her patients.
In one video Boutte sings the to the rap lyric 'I'm 'bout to cut it', from an OT Genasis rap song, before slicing into one of her patients.
'You could not present a patient in a more undignified manner,' Susan Witt, an attorney representing one of Boutte's former patients, told WSBTV.
More than 20 videos of Boutte's antics were found on YouTube. She is now facing seven malpractice lawsuits.
Ojay Liburd, 26, has blamed Boutte for leaving his mother Icilma Cornelius with permanent brain damage.
Cornelius was just weeks away from getting married and earning her PhD when she visited Boutte for a tummy tuck and liposuction in 2016.
But Cornelius' heart stopped after she was left on the operating table for more than eight hours. She will now need care for the rest of her life.
'She just wanted to be perfect for her wedding dress,' Liburd said. 'She had everything going for her.'
'That was the first time I ever saw my mom helpless.'
Mitzi McFarland, who also underwent an operation with Boutte, said the results looked 'more like Freddy Krueger cut my stomach'.
This isn't the first time Boutte has come under fire for her work.
In 2013, a woman who went to see Boutte at Premiere Dermatology and Surgery for a scalp irritation said she contracted MRSA during the treatment.
She said she suffered permanent scars on her scalp as a result.
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