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Patients' horror as they find pictures of their breasts online after plastic surgeon 'posted images on web... and put their names next to them'



Dr. Michele Koo

Being sued: Dr Michele Koo allegedly put the pictures on the internet

Five women who had plastic surgery on their breasts say they were horrified to find before-and-after naked pictures, alongside their names, used as advertising on their surgeon's website.

The women are suing St. Louis physician Dr Michele Koo, after saying they were left 'humiliated' by the discovery which appeared when searching for their names on the internet.

The shocking exposure is alleged in a series of five lawsuits filed in St. Louis County Circuit Court last Thursday. All the pictures were taken by the surgeon and allegedly posted online to promote her business for breast enhancements and corrective surgeries.

Dr Koo is being sued after allegedly identifying the women who underwent the procedures.

Court papers state the women suffered 'shame, humiliation, embarrassment, anxiety, nervousness, [and] loss of sleep' as a result of the pictures.

The women, who are being represented by Neil Bruntrager of St. Louis and are suing anonymously, say the photos show them naked from waist to chin and disclose their names next to the pictures.

They claim the pictures appeared online a few years after their surgeries when Dr. Koo launched her website.

Dr. Michele Koo

Humiliated: The women's names appeared next to their surgery pictures and appeared when the patients' searched for themselves online

The lawsuit alleges: 'Plaintiff's photographs were used and included in this website advertisement.

'Contemporaneously with the publication and distribution of the photographs, an internet search of plaintiff's names revealed plaintiff's photographs.'

The women believed the photos were taken for solely for medical purposes and say they were originally told their names would not be linked to any of the photos.

One of the lawsuits states: '[The] Plaintiff did not consent to the use of her photographs or the disclosure of her name on the internet.

Dr. Michele Koo

Outed: Dr. Michele Koo's website where the before-and-after pictures of breast surgery allegedly appeared

Dr. Michele Koo

Court battle: Dr. Koo has been accused of using pictures of her plastic surgeries as advertising for her website and including the names of the patients

'Plaintiff was not notified or advised that her photographs were on the internet either before or after the photographs and name were published by Dr. Koo.

'Defendant Dr. Koo knew or should have known through the exercise of reasonable care that plaintiff's photographs and name had been improperly disseminated and used and knew or should have known that they did not have authorisation to disseminate and use the plaintiff's photographs or personal information.'

The victims claim the pictures are an invasion of their privacy, an exploitation of the plaintiff's images and medical information, a use of unreasonable 'publicity', and a breach of fiduciary duty and wrongful commercial appropriation.

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