This man's history just keeps getting creepier, but why was he able to continue promoting himself on television?

A surgery that was actually performed on the Discovery Health show "Plastic Surgery: Before and After", ended up completely coming undone. The patient Julie Coleman says her body is "marred for life".

It's not like they were doing before and after haircuts, this is risky television! Discovery Health should have to take some responsibility for this crime. Promoting a surgeon without massive follow up is irresponsible.

TMZ has the full story and horrific pics (warning: extremely graphic): click here

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