Dr Bumbum: Brazil cosmetic surgeon arrested in Rio after patient’s death

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Dr Furtado described a genocide as a “tragic accident”

A luminary Brazilian cosmetic surgeon famous as Dr Bumbum has been arrested after 4 days on a run following a genocide of one of his patients.

Police contend Dr Denis Furtado was incarcerated in Rio de Janeiro interjection to an unknown tip.

His studious Lilian Calixto died following injections he gave her to increase her buttocks.

Dr Furtado faces murder charges. His mom was also arrested and is indicted of being an accomplice.

Investigators contend Dr Furtado carried out a procession on Ms Calixto, a 46-year-old bank manager and mother-of-two, during his home in Rio de Janeiro – though she fell ill during a procedure.

Dr Furtado took her to a sanatorium where her condition worsened and she died some hours later, military said. Local media reported that she arrived during a sanatorium pang from an abnormally quick heart rate.

Dr Furtado afterwards disappeared. On Wednesday his counsel pronounced he was trusting and had not incited himself in to military since he was panicking.

In a video posted on amicable media after his detain on Thursday, Dr Furtado pronounced Ms Calixto’s genocide had been a “fatal accident” and pronounced he had achieved 9,000 such procedures and that they were authorised in Brazil.

The 45-year-old has seemed on Brazilian radio and had scarcely 650,000 supporters on his Instagram account.

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Lilian Calixto went to Dr Furtado’s unit for a procession to raise her buttocks

Ms Calixto had trafficked 2,000km (1,250 miles) from her home in Cuiabá, executive Brazil, to bear buttock encouragement by Dr Furtado on Saturday evening, reports said.

The procedure, believed to engage a injection of acrylic potion filler, took place during his unit in a upmarket district of Barra de Tijuca.

Police pronounced Dr Furtado’s partner has been arrested on guess of holding partial in a procedure.

The Regional Medical Council of a State of Rio de Janeiro (Cremerj) pronounced it had non-stop an review into Ms Calixto’s death.

Niveo Steffen, boss of a Brazilian Plastic Surgery Society, pronounced there was a “growing advance of non-specialists” in a industry.

“You can't perform cosmetic medicine inside an apartment,” he told AFP news agency.

“Many people are offered a dream, a anticipation to patients in an reprobate approach and people, weakened, are mostly captivated to low prices, but deliberation either or not a conditions are adequate.”

Dr Furtado has a vast online following by several amicable media accounts.

Aside from his now-deleted renouned Instagram page, he is also really active on Facebook – stuffing his page with before-and-after shots of bum procedures – and on YouTube, where he presents recommendation on all from endometriosis to low-carb diets.

In one amicable media post, he pronounced he was given a name Dr Bumbum by his clients and had embraced it as a tenure of affection.