Salt-N-Pepa star Sandra Denton is suing a doctor who she claims has caused her irreparable damage following botched butt surgery.
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Denton, who – for over three decades – has gone by Pepa, filed suit against Dr. David Sayah for negligence.
The core of her claim is that he coerced her into three separate procedures to repair damage she suffered in a July 2018 car accident. However, his work allegedly made matters worse.
Per TMZ, 54-year-old Pepa asserts that the automobile clash caused the biopolymer injections she had previously in her butt and hips shift. A reality she says left her in immeasurable pain.
After being referred to Dr. Sayah in September last year, she claims the plan was to remove everything related to the augmentation.
Yet, according to Pepa’s paperwork, the doctor suggested she replace her implants with a smaller version because returning her butt to its pre-surgery state (after the tweaks and accident) may not deliver the results she would like.
However, more drama abound. For, per the suit, Pepa says Sayah performed botched liposuction, which again called for yet another corrective procedure.
Amidst the various cuts and edits, she claims her butt was left hard and knotted.
After the third and final procedure in in February of this year, Sayah said he had extracted the biopolymer material.
But, another doctor – sought because Pepa’s derrière was was in pain – found that “large amount of biopolymer silicone and dead scar tissue remaining” after conducting another MRI.
Claiming that she requires more corrective surgery and still will likely have to live with the on-going effects of Sayah’s alleged impropriety for life, Pepa is suing for an undisclosed sum.