TV Plastic Surgeon Randal Haworth Accused of Drug Use, Viewing Porn Throughout Surgery — WildAboutTrial.com

Randal Haworth, a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon who has appeared on TV shows such as Fox’s “The Swan,” has been accused of illicit drug use and watching pornographic movies and videos depicting beheadings during his surgeries.

Randal Haworth (CBS Television)

According to some proposed amended complaint filed in Los Angeles Superior Court on Friday, Haworth “frequently played hardcore porn and videos revealing extreme and graphic violence, such as actual beheadings, on a track, on from the background during during [sic] a few of his surgeries”

Laura Day a former patient who first filed a custody lawsuit in January 2017, also promised from the newest filing — according to the recent erosion of Haworth’s former surgical advisor — that the surgeon failed to disclose he had been having problems with his eyesight, especially his depth understanding, after therapy for an eye tumor.

The new court filing accused Haworth of “frequently and unlawfully” with the painkiller Percocet, “for example before and during his performance of surgical procedures” The new complaint charged that he “frequently used other illicit drugs, including cocaine and MDMA, usually known as Ecstasy. ”’

Additionally, the new complaint accused Haworth of forging consent forms in order to keep his accreditation and charged that he routinely bullied miserable.

Reached by phone, Haworth denied the accusations, calling them “preposterous.”

“They may too say that I killed JonBenĂ©t Ramsey,” Haworth told TheWrap. He declined to elaborate further regarding the specific accusations, but to say “The truth will eventually prevail”

Haworth, a Beverly Hills plastic surgeon to the stars, includes a roster of clients that allegedly includes “Actual Bit of Beverly Hills” star Lisa Rinna. He had been cast among the resident surgeons on Fox’s “The Swan,” a 2004 reality show that chronicled 16 women as they undergone extensive plastic surgery and counselling.

The show was canceled after two season because of a dip in evaluations for normalizing cosmetic operation, and criticism. Haworth has also emerged as an expert in CBS’ “The Doctors” (see video below).

Day claimed that she had been injured during a process. Day said that she had been emotionally impaired for weeks and was disfigured.

In her new court Day’s lawyer, Chris Rudd said that he was in the midst of what he thought was a “typical” statute lawsuit on a botched procedure when, during discovery, Haworth’s former surgical assistant and consultant came forward with accusations of misconduct which were contained in the proposed amended complaint.

Reached by phone, Rudd said he’ll be “hunting very significant damages for her injuries plus punitive damages for the fraud and intentional torts,” as well as restitution and also an injunction.

It’s possible to see Dr. Haworth on CBS’ “The physicians” below.