Her limbs were curling and turning black, the visible signs of necrosis. Brown recalled seeing her hands in the hospital, thinking, Oh, my God. I am going to lose my hands. I looked at my feet ,and they were dead, too. Doctors had no choice. To save Browns life, they amputated her hands, feet and the flesh around her buttocks and hips in 27 surgeries. Somehow, she survived.
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Woman loses hands, feet to bogus plastic surgery
The one-time cosmetologist was seeking beauty. An acquaintance offered her silicone butt injections at her house at a cheaper price than a doctor’s office. The real cost would come later. “I was in pain, my butt was hard, and I was itching,” she said. When they removed the silicone from Brown’s body, they tested the substance.
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