Salt-N-Pepa's Sandra Denton sues plastic surgeon over butt procedures

Salt-N-Pepa’s Sandra Denton sues plastic surgeon claiming he ‘pushed her to get three procedures on her buttocks and messed them up’

  • The 54-year-old, who is Pepa in Salt-N-Pepa, says that the accident in 2018 caused her physical discomfort by moving around her buttock implants
  • Her legal filing alleges that Dr. David Sayah performed the subsequent operations so poorly she will have to have further work done, TMZ reports 
  • The musical artist asserted that after the car crash, she wanted to have the biopolymer injections in her buttocks taken out completely 
  • Denton’s suit also contends that there is a probability she will never fully recover from the physical aftereffects of Dr. Sayah’s work 
  • Denton’s suit also contends that there is a probability she will never fully recover from the physical aftereffects of Dr. Sayah’s work 

Sandra Denton has sued a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon she claims pushed her to get three operations on her backside to fix the fallout from a car crash.

The 54-year-old, who is Pepa in Salt-N-Pepa, says that the accident in 2018 caused her physical discomfort by moving around her buttock implants.

Her legal filing alleges that Dr. David Sayah performed the subsequent operations so poorly she will have to have further work done, TMZ reports.

DailyMail.com has reached out to Dr. Sayah for comment. 

Pictured in April 2019: Sandra Denton has sued a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon she claims pushed her to get three operations on her backside to fix the fallout from a car crash

Denton’s suit also contends that there is a probability she will never fully recover from the physical aftereffects of Dr. Sayah’s work.

The musical artist asserted that after the car crash, she wanted to have the biopolymer injections in her buttocks taken out completely.

She sought out of the services of Dr. Sayah on the basis of a referral that according to her court documents occurred in September 2019. 

However, per Denton’s filing, Dr. Sayah persuaded her that being reduced to having her pre-surgery buttocks again would upset her.

Salt-N-Pepa: Denton and her double-act teammate Cheryl James are pictured performing at Outside Lands music festival in Golden Gate Park in August 2018 after the crash

Denton claims that Dr. Sayah prevailed on her to go with smaller implants rather than no implants at all – but that the subsequent liposuction was a failure.

In fact, Denton alleges, she had to have more work done to fix the effects of the liposuction Dr. Sayah performed.

She also claims that a separate procedure Dr. Sayah did – the second of the three operations he performed on Denton – resulted in knots and hardening in her behind.

Denton says that the outcome of this surgery – which she allegedly got under pressure from Dr. Sayah – made concert appearances a struggle for her.

Throwback: Denton is pictured performing at the KABOO Cayman Festival on the Cayman Islands in February 2019 before the first surgery took place

Denton’s suit also contends that there is a probability she will never fully recover from the physical aftereffects of Dr. Sayah’s work. 

According to Denton, she continued to experience pain in her buttocks after the final surgery she underwent with Dr. Sayah.

She says she consulted another doctor, and that an MRI unearthed a ‘large amount of biopolymer silicone and dead scar tissue remaining.’

Denton’s accident involved an Uber and she is not only suing its driver but also the rideshare company itself, TMZ reported in April.

In fact, in that lawsuit, the Jamaica-born rapper has also taken aim at three other drivers allegedly involved in the chain reaction crash.

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