Georgia Doctor Who Made Music Video to O.T. Genasis’ “Cut It” During Patient’s Surgery Faces Lawsuits
A Georgia plastic surgeon is facing a number of lawsuits after filming herself singing and dancing to songs from O.T. Genasis and T.I. while in the middle of surgeries.
According to a report from the Ledger-Enquirer, Dr. Windell Davis Boutté is facing lawsuits from a patient who says she woke up in a hotel room after her surgery with a McDonald's sandwich in her hand, as well as a patient who says she felt "deformed" following her procedure.
The doctor even recently settled one case with a woman who claims they suffered "catastrophic" brain damage during a tummy tuck procedure. According to the family of the woman, Boutté was forced to call 911 after 54-year-old Icilma Cornelius' heart stopped during the surgery. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports that a lack of oxygen left the woman with permanent brain damage.
In one video of Boutté, the surgeon can be seen rapping along to "Cut It" while holding medical tools in her hands. In another clip, the doctor dances to Jennifer Lopez and Iggy Azalea's "Booty," while her aides dance in the background. Boutté even freestyles to T.I.'s "Whatever You Like," coming up with her own plastic surgery-related lyrics for the song.
Susan Witt, a lawyer representing several of the patients suing Boutté, claims the doctor is more concerned with profits instead of safety. “Dr. Boutté and her staff are more concerned about increasing profits versus a focus on patient safety, which should be of foremost concern,” she said.
According to WSB-TV, the station has reported on a total of five malpractice settlements, four pending lawsuits and says there are several videos of Boutté singing and dancing posted on YouTube.
Check out a few clips of Boutté's videos below.
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