The plastic surgeon who operated on the late Wild ‘N Out star Jackie O will not face criminal charges after her untimely death.
On Tuesday, the Miami Police Department confirmed to TMZ that since the coroner ruled that Jackie’s death was an accident, Dr. Zachary Dr. Zach Okha will not be investigated.
Last week, page six exclusively reported that Jackie, who was a long-time partner of DC Young Fly, died of complications from cosmetic surgery after flying to Miami to have a butt lift, also known as a Brazilian butt lift.
She was 33 years old.
The conclusion of the medical examiner indicated that after the operation, during which there were no complications, the TV presenter developed a relentless headache.
According to the report, Jackie, who was born as Jacklyn Smith, felt her head burn and then it became difficult for her to speak.
Her aunt called the emergency services, but when they arrived, Jackie wasn’t answering.
She was pronounced dead at the hospital.
The medical examiner determined that he died from complications after plastic surgery, but ruled that the death occurred as a result of an accident, so Dr. Zak will not be investigated.
Jackie’s autopsy also revealed that she had brain swelling and severe bleeding on the skin around her torso.
After her death, Page Six exclusively reported that Dr. Zach sued a patient who claimed in RealSelf reviews that he left her disfigured after she changed the image of mom.
A certified plastic surgeon sued patient Leila Penn in July 2021 for more than $30,000 after she posted her disparaging review, but eventually dropped the lawsuit.
A month later, a BBL specialist filed a $30,000 lawsuit against a woman named Kayla Neurenburg for saying in a Google review that her happy patients did not exist.
The doctor stated in court documents that the accusations were false and defamatory, but voluntarily dismissed the lawsuit.
Smith is survived by DC Young Fly and his three young children: daughters Nova and Nala and son Prince.