Dr. Constantino Mendieta
Dr. Constantino Mendieta - NBC Miami
A South Florida plastic surgeon is defending himself from what he says are inconsistencies in the autopsy report in the death of a popular Miami DJ.
The autopsy from the Miami-Dade Medical Examiner says the cause of death for Betty Pino, known as the "Queen of Radio" in South Florida, was "delayed complications of cosmetic surgical procedure.
But Dr. Constantino Mendieta, a specialist in sculpting glutes, says he performed a reconstructive procedure, not a cosmetic one, and says the report has the name of another doctor in it.
"There are some gross inconsistencies that we are going to address with them," Mendieta said Thursday. "In the report it stated that I removed silicone implants, I did not do that. It calls me Dr. Rivera which I am not Dr. Rivera."
Dr. Constantino Mendieta - The Daily Beast
Turns out more men want junk in the trunk.
Typically a concern of women (The American Society for Aesthetic Plastic Surgery reported that 93.8 percent of buttocks augmentations were performed on females),The New York Times says men now apparently want bigger butts, too.
“I’ve always had a nonexistent butt,” 46-year-old Jeff Vickers told the Times. “Zero.”