The rumored new cast member of Real Housewives of Orange County, Dr. Jen Armstrong, was spotted at work at her doctor's office months after being accused of battery by a former client.
Jen, who is reportedly joining season 16 of the Bravo show, posted a ton of clips of her at her Newport Beach office.
In one video, Jen is seen injecting a female client with Botox as they sit on the patient table. In the past couple of days, the new Bravo star has been posting a ton of work-related content talking about how she's such a great doctor.
The videos come after Radar broke the story, Jen's former client Judy Hecht is suing the doctor and her company Advanced Skincare Medical Center for battery and medical negligence.
In court documents, Judy says she decided to visit Jen's office in October 2019 to have filler put in her cheeks. A couple of weeks later, Judy said she went back for another treatment by Jen. However, this time the treatment caused the filler from the previous procedure to melt and disfigured her face.
“Plaintiff is informed and believes and thereon alleges that as a result of the manner and method by which Defendants performed the Exilis treatment her previously injected fillers below the surface of her skin melted causing issues that needed correction and deformity in her face," Judy's lawyer wrote.
Judy says she kept going back to Jen because she promised to fix the issues. However, despite numerous visits to the office the disfigurement did not get any better. Judy says it took her a while before a doctor finally agreed to work on her to fix Jen's work.
She says despite numerous demands for the return of her money, Jen has refused to pay her back. She is suing for unspecified damages. Jen has yet to respond to the suit.
As Radar previously reported, Jen is set to join fellow new cast members Noella Bergener and Nicole James. The returning cast members include Emily Simpson, Shannon Beador, and Gina Kirschenheiter. Heather Dubrow will also be making her grand return to the show.