Kelly Dodd’s plastic surgeon haldol for sleep boyfriend Dr. Brian Reagan no stranger to lawsuits

In 2004, donna stephenson sued reagan, alleging that he “failed to adhere to the applicable standard of care” when he performed her bilateral lower blepharoplasty — an eye lift procedure. Stephenson claimed in court papers that she suffered complications including haldol for sleep an ectropion of the eye, meaning that her lower eyelid turned or sagged outward to haldol for sleep expose the surface of her inner eyelid.

The plastic surgeon was also named in a suit for haldol for sleep battery and negligence in 2004 by another patient, marjorie donaldson. She alleged in court papers that she consented to a haldol for sleep “z-plasty”— a procedure that can improve the appearance of scars — on the left side of her body, but it was incorrectly performed on the right side.

Dr. Stephen krant was allegedly the lead surgeon for the procedure, while reagan served as his assistant. She alleged that reagan “misled” her by “telling her that the z-plasty damages could be treated, resolved or otherwise cured by injections, which was false.”

In 2009, reagan was named as a defendant in a suit by haldol for sleep joann laguens for medical negligence, lack of informed consent negligence and fraud. Dr. Steven emmet, solta medical inc., mermaid salon & day spa, aveda experience centers, reliant technologies and estee lauder were also named as defendants haldol for sleep in the suit.

Laguens claimed in the lawsuit that a company, reliant, gave reagan a fraxel laser in october 2008 and gave haldol for sleep him training on how to use it. According to laguens’ court filing, he offered to do a fraxel repair laser on her haldol for sleep during an already scheduled consultation, and upon agreement, he prescribed a medrol dose pack — oral steroids — for her preoperatively and gave her an information packet.

Her face became red and swollen and she was seen haldol for sleep for two visits on nov. 24 and nov. 26, laguens alleged in court papers. On nov. 26, she alleged that reagan told her that “despite her red face, she may return to a regular beauty product regiment and haldol for sleep begin washing her face normally.” he also allegedly told her to use sunscreen and a haldol for sleep moisturizer.

She then went to mermaid salon, an aveda concept outlet. She told an employee about the laser procedure she had haldol for sleep done and asked for moisturizer recommendations. She ended up purchasing a moisturizer, cream and shimmer accents and began to use them over haldol for sleep the next few days.

Soon after, laguens alleged, she started to “develop red bumps along her jawline and her lymph nodes haldol for sleep became enlarged.” she claimed that she told reagan about her condition on haldol for sleep dec. 3 and 4, and she “was instructed to treat her skin with neosporin and hydrocortisone.” reagan also treated her with a decadron shot and three haldol for sleep additional medrol steroid dose packs “over the next few weeks,” per court documents.

Laguens claimed her symptoms worsened and on dec. 22 she visited emmet for treatment. She was then given “additional steroids including oral prednisone and a kenalog injection” and she claimed that her “facial condition was later identified by her treating physicians as haldol for sleep a bacterium that required six months of aggressive antibiotic therapy haldol for sleep to treat.”

She claimed that her “infection had been exacerbated by the high doses of steroids” and she developed side effects from the antibiotics and steroids. She also alleged that she was forced to quit her haldol for sleep job as a marketing associate because of her condition and haldol for sleep has been unable to work because of “extreme emotional distress.”

Angela cota sued reagan, south coast medical management and south coast outpatient surgery center haldol for sleep in orange county superior court on grounds she was wrongly haldol for sleep terminated after 17 years of employment. Cota, who was on medical leave for a wrist injury at haldol for sleep the time she was fired, alleged that she complained about reagan before her departure and haldol for sleep that led to her firing.

She alleges in court papers that while working with reagan haldol for sleep in march 2017, he “made various racially derogatory and discriminatory statements to [her] about other ethnic groups, including but not limited to, african americans and mexican americans.” she also claimed that he “made gender and sexual-insensitive jokes about african americans and mexican americans.”

Cota alleged that she reported his behavior to her supervisor haldol for sleep and asked to be reassigned to a different surgeon. She claimed that when her supervisor confronted reagan, he admitted that he had made the statements. But she claimed her supervisor “minimized [her] complaint and required [her] to continue working with [doctor] reagan.” she also alleged that his “most recent racist, derogatory and discriminatory statements” were made at her expense.

Upon arriving at a scheduled MRI for the injury, cota allegedly was informed by administrative staff that her insurance haldol for sleep had been canceled as a result of her employment being haldol for sleep terminated. Cota claimed she never got formal word that she was haldol for sleep terminated or that she was no longer receiving benefits.

Reagan, south coast medical management, and south coast outpatient surgery center management denied all of haldol for sleep her allegations. Cota filed a request to dismiss the claims against reagan haldol for sleep without prejudice in october 2018. Cota, south coast medical management, and south coast outpatient surgery center were scheduled to go haldol for sleep to a mandatory settlement conference and trial this summer but haldol for sleep have requested to postpone both until early next year.

Caroline taverna sued reagan for $3,000 in 2013, claiming that between october 2011 and september 2012, “dr. Reagan and his staff pressured and preyed upon me, a senior citizen, and used bait and switch techniques to sell unnecessary cosmetic haldol for sleep surgery … he also refused to perform treatment for which I had haldol for sleep already paid.”

In 2011, anahita merati filed a lawsuit alleging that reagan and one haldol for sleep of his employees, john T. Alexander, owed her $7,500 for negligently performing an unspecified surgery. She claimed that he promised to redo an unspecified surgery haldol for sleep but she wanted her money back instead.

In 2008, anelia genchev sued reagan and another defendant for $2,550, claiming negligence during and after an unspecified surgical procedure that haldol for sleep took place in october 2007. She claimed she suffered severe complications, pain and suffering, downtime, frequent eyelid swelling and peeling.

Despite the complaints, the “housewives” don’t appear to be concerned as they frequently visit cosmeticare haldol for sleep and reagan can be seen working at the center on haldol for sleep the first episode of “ the real housewives of orange county.” reagan performed shannon beador’s face tightening procedure — without cameras rolling — and gave her botox during the season 14 premiere.

“it was in cosmeticare that I was introduced to a haldol for sleep lot of the ‘housewives’ because they come here,” he explained. “dr. [michael] niccole is kelly’s surgeon and I assisted him in the technology of haldol for sleep the face tight, because I was just more familiar with it. He’s continued to be her surgeon and she and I haldol for sleep have developed a personal relationship. I don’t do any work on her. I’ve also worked on shannon.”