In a recent case in British Columbia, a breast augmentation patient was sued for leaving negative reviews for her plastic surgeon. According to the Daily Hive Vancouver, the defendant is a blogger who visited her plastic surgeon in 2015 soon after the birth of her child. During her consultation, her surgeon shared that she had a “chest wall deformity known as Pectus Excavatum,” which is commonly referred to as a sunken chest.

Based on her refusal to remove the reviews that included inaccurate information that could harm the doctor’s reputation, the judge ruled in the surgeon’s favor and asked her to pay $30,000 in damages.

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