He opened a fake Botox practice. Days out of prison, he tried it again, D.A. says

February 23, 2024

Within two weeks of an Orange County man's release from prison after serving a sentence for impersonating a medical professional and performing unlicensed cosmetic procedures, officials say he again attempted to open an illegal Botox practice. It was there that he previously operated — illegally — a business called Botox in Anaheim, according to a news release from the Orange County district attorney. Procedures included Botox and lip and face fillers that Segoviano admitted used potentially harmful and counterfeit drugs, according to the district attorney. “This man walked the walk and talked the talk of being a licensed medical professional, but he was anything but what he pretended to be,” Orange County Dist. Sign up for Essential California for news, features and recommendations from the L.A. Times and beyond in your inbox six days a week.