Singing/dancing in the OR doctor facing multiple malpractice suits

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GWINNETT, Ga. – (AP) — A malpractice suit says a Georgia woman has permanent brain damage after going in for liposuction and a tummy tuck. News media report that the dermatologist who operated on her made more than 20 YouTube videos of herself singing and dancing during other operations.

In one video Dr. Windell Boutte (boo-TAY) sings the to the rap lyric ‘I’m ’bout to cut it’, from an OT Genasis rap song, before making an incision into one of her patients.

The video shows a doctor dancing and singing while her patients are under the knife. She has at least seven malpractice lawsuits filed against her, according to the Atlanta-Journal Constitution.

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution and WSB-TV report that Boutte of Gwinnett declined to comment on their joint investigation.

A lawsuit filed by 26-year-old Ojay Liburd says his mother’s heart stopped after eight hours on the operating table. The lawsuit says Boutte’s office was not equipped to handle the emergency, and Icilma Cornelius now can do almost nothing for herself.

Thanks to Nancy Cook and arklatexhomepage.com

Medical Malpractice