MMirror news:CEO dies after plastic op and Playboy model Paula dead

Playboy model dead, dumped and burnt

Saturday, 09 January 2010 04:11
MIAMI – The Playboy model went looking for a holiday in Miami. Instead she found death waiting for her.

Paula Sladewski, 26, was murdered, dumped into a rubbish bin and set on fire in the horrific incident that was believed to have occurred on Sunday.  She was so badly burnt that it took until Thursday for police to identify her through her dental records.

The LA-based model had been holidaying in the city over New Year period with her boyfriend, Kevin Klym.

She was last seen at about 7am on Sunday at the city’s Club Space, hours after quarreling with Klym.

Seen arguing with boyfriend

The duo had gone for a Lady Gaga concert on New Year’s Eve, before spending the weekend clubbing and bar-hopping.

Witnesses said they were seen arguing at Space in the early hours of Sunday morning.

Klym was eventually booted out of the club. His girlfriend stayed on although he claimed she was “too drunk”.

Miami detectives confirmed that Klym is a “person of interest” in the murder probe.

CEO dies after plastic op

Friday, 08 January 2010 10:57
 SINGAPORE – The chief executive of a S$1bil (RM2.4bil) property firm died last week, following cosmetic treatment at an Orchard Road clinic. 

On Dec 30, 44-year-old Franklin Heng (pic) was ferried by ambulance from the clinic to Tan Tock Seng Hospital, where he was pronounced dead.

TTSH chief executive Lim Suet Wun said the case has been referred to the coroner.

Liposuction done

“The patient came from a GP clinic and had had liposuction done earlier that afternoon,” he told The Straits Times.

Although Heng showed no signs of life when he arrived at the hospital just after 5pm, doctors spent almost an hour attempting to resuscitate him, said Dr Lim.

The Health Ministry has ordered the clinic to stop offering the liposuction treatment.

Reves Clinic has been directed to stop “all liposuction and liposuction-related procedures”, said the ministry in a written statement.

Five clinics barred

It has so far barred five medical clinics from performing liposuction, under new laws aimed at policing the lucrative – and previously unregulated – surgical procedure.

Some of the doctors did not have enough training and experience in liposuction while some staff members were not conversant in basic cardiopulmonary resuscitation, according to ministry officials.

The ministry did not name the clinics.

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