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'Botched' Dr. Terry Dubrow sues for defamation after patient seeks $10M in malpractice lawsuit

FOX News

Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. Famed surgeon and television star Dr. Terry Dubrow has filed a defamation lawsuit after a patient sued him for $10 million. The A-list plastic surgeon, 62, sued a former patient's lawyer for defamation after the attorney claimed to Page Six and other outlets that the woman had been "Botched by Botched," according to new court documents obtained by Page Six on Wednesday. In the filing, Dubrow claimed that lawyer Stephen Le Brocq, who is representing his ex-buttock lift patient Sandy Scoggins, used the media to make false statements against him to garner sympathy for his client, who alleges she nearly died under Dubrow's care in 2019.

'Botched' stars Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif on how social media has changed plastic surgery

FOX News

Fox News Flash top entertainment and celebrity headlines are here. Check out what's clicking today in entertainment. Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif are heading into Season 7 of their popular reality TV show "Botched." The plastic surgeons, known for fixing cosmetic surgeries gone wrong, spoke to Fox News about their new extreme cases and how social media has changed the plastic surgery landscape. Fox News: What do you think fans are going to like about this season's cases?

Tamra: I have no belly button

FOX News

"Real Housewives of Orange County" star Tamra Judge has no belly button, and she explained why in detail on "Watch What Happens Live" and Instagram on Monday. Judge said she felt the need to explain after photos of her showing off her toned tummy were causing fans to ask questions. "... 3 years ago, I was home alone and experienced excruciating pain," she wrote on Instagram. Terry Dubrow] immediately and he told me to call 911. Terry stayed on the phone with me while the paramedics took me to the hospital.

The Limit Does Not Exist: Binary Besties FTW

Forbes - Tech

Question: How is it already the holiday season? We can't believe that this week's episode of The Limit Does Not Exist is our last Cate and Christina episode of the year. We had a lot to catch up on in one tiny hour, and as always, we didn't have nearly enough time to get to it all. But we did get to a lot. For example, we learned why Christina just came from prison, why I'm no longer on the market (but also totally am), and we got a visit from the fantastic Sara Weinheimer and Erica Duignan Minnihan (a.k.a. the BroadMic gals) to discuss diversity in the startup world.

My Favorite Room: Heather Dubrow's closet is always ready for a 'Champagne emergency'

Los Angeles Times

As big as a studio apartment, Heather Dubrow's closet is so spacious that it's become a gathering place in her Orange County mansion. "At most parties, everyone ends up in the kitchen. But when we entertain, everyone ends up in my closet," said Dubrow, 48. "There's music in there, and the room is attached to my beauty salon. So it is a really fun area."