Beth Holloway has stolen the public attention for her effort in finding her daughter Natalee who reportedly disappeared during her high school graduation journey to Aruba. However, her name is again stealing the headlines, but this time not about her effort to find her daughter but about her plastic surgery.
The rumors of beth holloway plastic surgery started to fly around when she appeared in the reality show that tells unsolved criminal cases with a slightly different appearance than she used to look. This made many people wonder if she got plastic surgery or something else was the reason behind her looking so different.
Several weeks after the series premiered, Dave and Beth Holloway were contacted by the producers of the show. They were told that they had received a lead that could be related to Natalee’s disappearance. The Holloways were skeptical of the information, but agreed to work with the production team. The resulting series featured DNA experts and forensic specialists analyzing evidence, as well as interviews with law enforcement officials involved in the case.
At the end of the show, it was revealed that one of the bones found by investigators was human, but it did not match Natalee’s mitochondrial DNA. The experts also determined that the bone didn’t come from a site in which Natalee’s body might have been buried. This led the experts to conclude that it was not her body.
The episode was the most watched episode of the series, with more than 3 million viewers tuning in to watch it. It was followed by a special episode on November 29, which saw the return of the cast members to the island where Natalee disappeared. The special was called “Back to Aruba,” and it was hosted by Jessie Mueller and Matt Walsh. It also featured the original cast members of “Smash Lab,” who were part of Natalee’s investigation.
AUSTIN — After traveling the world, studying at one of France’s premier schools and finally finding her career target, Caitlin Duvall decided it was time to finish some final touches on her body before turning 27. So she and her mother scoured the internet, looking for the right Austin-area plastic surgeon to do what she described as minor body sculpting.
They settled on Dr. Lawrence Broder, who owns and operates five Beleza Medspa locations in Central Texas. And although Broder says he does some liposuction, facelifts and other cosmetic procedures, he is most known for his work in body sculpting and body augmentation. Broder’s office is located just across the street from the YMCA on West Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in the heart of downtown Austin. He’s also the surgeon for two local politicians and a host of television personalities and reality stars. But his practice is facing some controversy.