A plastic bikini cover isn’t the only piece of lingerie to be outed on the internet.
Many women are also getting plastic surgery to remove their bikini bottoms, as well as getting their breasts removed.
Now, the surgeon who performed the surgery on one of them has been named in a new lawsuit.
On Wednesday, Plastic Surgery Inc. filed a federal lawsuit against its CEO and director, claiming they were negligent for negligently performing surgery on the plaintiff and for causing the plaintiff’s health to be harmed.
In addition to the lawsuit, Plastic Surgeons Inc. also filed a counterclaim for more than $2 million against JB Weld Plastic Surgery and a third-party company, the Los Angeles-based company Plastic Surgery Innovations.
The lawsuit accuses JB of violating federal law, as a condition of their license, and the California Consumer Protection Act.
The company is listed as a company that provides plastic surgery services in Los Angeles, and in California.
JB also provides plastic surgeries in Washington, D.C., New York City, Los Angeles and San Francisco.JB’s CEO and former CEO, Paul Binder, resigned from his position in August 2016 after a lawsuit was filed against him by the plaintiff.
In a statement, Plastic Science, the company that performed the plastic surgery on plaintiff, said it had nothing to do with the lawsuit.JBA’s website says the company provides plastic reconstructive surgery for women seeking cosmetic surgery and cosmetic reconstructive procedures for the treatment of facial, body, or neck problems.
JBA also provides the services of plastic surgery for individuals seeking breast implants, facial enhancement, and cosmetic cosmetic surgery.
Plastic Surgery Innovates also operates a website that sells plastic surgery treatments and services.
The company is based in Las Vegas.
The new lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Central District of California, says JBA failed to disclose the risk of harm to the plaintiff after it began performing the surgery.
The suit claims that JBA “did not make reasonable efforts to disclose to plaintiff that it had a prior relationship with Plastic Surgery, Inc. or to disclose that plaintiff was a member of the JBA Foundation and was not entitled to compensation for the cosmetic procedures performed.”
Plastic Science and JBA did not immediately respond to requests for comment.