British plastic surgery patient Leah Cambridge, who died during a 2018 buttocks enhancement procedure at a hospital in Turkey, may not have been properly informed about the risks of the operation.

Cambridge’s mother Theresa Hall, who accompanied Cambridge to Turkey for the surgery, told an inquest at Wakefield Coroner’s Court in Yorkshire on Thursday that she felt her daughter was pressured into reading and signing paperwork that may have outlined the dangers of the procedures. Hall said things “all felt like such a rush” before the surgery.