A New Jersey woman claims a Madison Avenue plastic surgeon — accused in the past of falling short on penile enhancements — deflated her Kim Kardashian dreams by botching her butt lift.
Jennifer May says her left cheek would “leak blood and pus” after the April 2017 procedure performed by Dr. Mark Filstein left “perforations” in her caboose, according to a Manhattan Supreme Court lawsuit.
May, 27, thought she’d walk out looking like J.Lo, but “immediately” noticed something was wrong, lawyer Gary Fish said.
“She was in pain,” he said.
May had to go to another surgeon who removed the left silicon implant. Now instead of feeling bootylicious, she feels lopsided, Fish said.
Filstein, 60, licensed in plastic surgery since 1990 and who advertises everything from labiaplasty and calf implants to “mommy makeovers,” has faced allegations of malpractice before.
In 2005, a man claims he was turned on to Filstein’s penis enlargement procedure by an ad promising: “If the size of your penis torments you, we have the solution . . . don’t feel frustrated or ashamed of intimacy,” according to court papers.
But instead of pumping up his package, Filstein’s operation shrunk it.
Orlando Santiago claimed in Bronx Supreme Court that the surgery resulted in “impotence, shortening of the penis, numbness of the penis [and] curvature,” The Post reported at the time.
Filstein also gave Santiago a post-surgical device to wear called the “grip system” that was “painful” and “ineffective,” the main claimed, according to a report. Santiago’s suit was later discontinued.
The same year, another man claimed his member was mucked up, and sued Filstein for a “permanent injury,” Manhattan court documents show.
“I don’t want to talk about it,” Gerardo Corsino told The Post. “We settled. I’m not happy but it is what it is.”
It wasn’t just surgeries Filstein allegedly fouled up.
Naked before and after shots of a one patient Filstein worked on were posted on his website without permission, and identified her by name, the woman claimed in a 2013 Bronx case. She later settled.
An insurance company also accused Filstein of being a front man for a fraudulent physical therapy biz that targeted patients in an insurance scam, according to court records. The 2016 lawsuit was later settled.
Filstein was affiliated once with the Ridgewood Health and Beauty Center in Queens, which is known for its hymen-replacement procedures that purports to turn deflowered women into “virgins” again.
Date Posted: Sunday, November 25th, 2018 , Total Page Views: 479
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