A Canadian teen who uses the name “Dr. Kitty” was arrested after botching a plastic surgery procedure performed illegally in a basement. Jingyi “Kitty” Wang, 19, faces aggravated assault charges for offering unlicensed cosmetic services at a Toronto home. Police began investigating Wang when a female patient reported developing a serious infection from a procedure...
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