The Drs: Model Charged With Kidnapping + Are You Sick Shaming?

The Doctors: Colombian Model Accused Of Kidnapping

Some people have no problem revealing what work they’ve had done, but others want to keep it all a secret. Colombian model Yeimi Ray and her sister are accused of kidnapping and torturing a rival as part of a revenge plot. The rival model reported created fake social media accounts of Yeimi where she posted pre-plastic surgery pictures. Yeimi and her sister are accused of throwing the model into a car and then attacking her. The woman claims the sisters cut off her clothes and hair, bit, electrocuted, and threatened her life. Yeimi has been arrested but her sister is still on the loose.

Dr Rachael Ross explained that many times, after someone acts out in revenge, they eventually feel bad about it, which is why it’s better to just let it go.

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The Drs: Model Charged With Kidnapping + Are You Sick Shaming?

The Doctors shared news of a Colombian model who was charged with kidnapping after she and her sister took and tortured a rival model. (bekassine / Flickr)

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The Doctors then moved on to talk about Lipotropic injections that are being offered online for cheap. Dr Andrew Ordon added “if anything, it may be a great placebo.” He further explained that a lot of the injections are coming from Europe where people are trying to push the idea of a quick fix. There is no scientific proof that these so-called Lipo injections work. The one injection that has been approved to dissolve small areas of fat is Kybella, but once again, only a board-certified plastic surgeon should administer them.

The Doctors: Are You Guilty Of Sick Shaming?

No one wants to cuddle up close to someone showing symptoms of an illness, but could you be guilty of sick shaming? If someone is sneezing, coughing, or otherwise acting sick, do you make comments to them about it or purposefully avoid them? Is it possible to be around someone who’s clearly sick without making them feel bad about it? It’s known that sneezes and coughs can travel even more than you may think. Perhaps we can all be a little more sensitive around sick people, but at the same time we have to do what’s necessary to stay healthy and avoid getting sick. The best way to go about things is, if you’re the one who is sick, be aware of how you could be spreading your germs.

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