An Atlanta plastic surgeon whose promotional video that showed her performing an elaborate dance routine in the operating room has faced lawsuits over serious medical malpractice. The surgeon, Dr. Windell Davis-Boutte, filmed herself in the operating room with assistants as backup dancers working to “Cut It” by O.T. Genasis and Young Dolph. She is a board-certified dermatologist, and not a board-certified plastic surgeon or general surgeon and her office is not an accredited operating room or licensed surgery center. She has settled five malpractice suits in the last six months.