Viral ‘Dancing Booty Doctor’ Won’t Be Turning Up During Surgeries Anytime Soon Since They Snatched Her License!
Windell Boutte, who has been dubbed the "Dancing Doctor," will no longer be dancing while conducting surgery because her license has been suspended. Why? Find out inside…
Windell Boutte has seemingly been trying to go viral as she has posted up several videos of her and her staff dancing during surgeries. And it seems she specialized in cosmetic surgeries like booty augmentation, liposuction and tummy tucks.
Peep the doctor rapping to Migos’ "Bad & Boujee," dancing with surgical instruments in her hands and more below:
This almost reminds us of how Dr. Miami performs his surgeries. He doesn’t dance, but he definitely plays rap music in the background while chatting with his assistants about the most insane things all while posting the videos on SnapChat.
Back to the dancing doctor…
"Dancing doctor" gives up medical licenses and is suspended after cases of questionable treatment. @SteveOsunsami reports. pic.twitter.com/0vbjUWVCfJ
— Good Morning America (@GMA) July 2, 2018
The series of videos she posted ended up earning her the name "dancing doctor," but it’s all a wrap now.
Boutte, a board-certified dermatologist (chile…), has agreed to give up her medical license for 2.5 years after signing an agreement with the Georgia Composite Medical Board on Friday (June 29th). Reportedly, her license to practice medicine in Georgia is indefinitely suspended, but after 2.5 years she can petition to have the suspension lifted. She can not use the title "doctor" or engage in any practice of medicine during her suspension.
"Windell Davis-Boutte respects the process and has voluntarily accepted the consent order for suspension," Windell’s publicist said in a statement. "She is hopeful that the suspension will be lifted and she is able to practice Medicine at some point in the near future." So why exactly did they snatch her license? Was it the now-deleted videos? Nope.
According to CNN, seven instances of questionable treatment between 2014 and 2018 for patients who underwent procedures such as liposuction, fat transfer or breast augmentation have caused the medical board to put a halt on her doctoring.
It’s reported by HLN that there are five malpractice lawsuits pending against Boutte. She did an interview with them earlier this month and the following day the medical board suspended her license, citing allegations of malpractice regarding her treatment of seven patients.
During her interview, Boutte defended her dancing while conducting surgery and also made claims that the patients who had post-op issues did not follow her post-surgery instructions, and that’s the reason they’re suffering. She refuses to admit she simply may not have performed the surgery correctly. One of the victims was interviewed as well, and she claims she never gave Boutte permission to film her in the first place.
Peep her interview below:
Always double check that your doctor is BOARD CERTIFIED in the exact procedures they are performing on you.
Photos: HLN/ABC News
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