Leeds – A 29-year-old British mother died of the consequences of a bil-liftoperatie in a Turkish clinic for plastic surgery.
The clinic where Leah was operated on does not clear around the death of the 29-year-old British mother.
Leah Cambridge had traveled to the Turkish city of Izmir, in order to more than 3300 euro her buttocks to enlarge and to lifts.
It is said that the woman on the operating table died, but her exact cause of death is yet to be revealed. The partner of Leah, Scott Frank, calls now for greater clarity on the death of the mother of his children. So reports the Daily Mail.
He travelled together with his parents-in-law off to Turkey to have the body of Leah to bring back home. “Two days ago, I was still happy. Now I am a broken man.” Said Scott.
Scott warns people who are thinking about doing a cosmetic surgery. “People need to realize that things can go wrong.” He stays behind with a broken heart. “I will always have a place to leave it to the dining table, so that our sons will never forget who you were.”
It is more common for people to travel to distant places to get their cosmetic procedures done. In countries like Turkey or Brazil, the costs are considerably lower than in European countries.
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