Check out this mugshot of Dr. Jan Adams. Dr. Adams is the Plastic Surgeon who is currently under scrutiny in the death of Dr. Donda West, Kanye West’s mother. Dr. Adams is a well known Dr. in the Beverly Hills area and has even appeared on the Oprah Winfrey Show discussing Before and After plastic surgery results. Besides his appearances on Oprah, Dr. Adams was the host of the Discovery Health channels “Plastic Surgery: Before & After” series.
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Most recently, it has been disclosed that Dr. Adams has had several brushes with the law for drunken driving arrests and also has faced losing his medical license due to the charges against him.
Records show Adams has had a checkered history that includes malpractice suits, two alcohol-related driving arrests and a recommendation by the Medical Board of California to revoke his license.
In a complaint filed with the state of California on Apr. 10 by David T. Thornton, the executive director of the Medical Board of California, the body sought to revoke, or at the very least suspend, Adams’ medical license following several instances of behavior unbecoming a member of the medical community.
Per the complaint, Thornton cited in detail two separate drunken-driving arrests, both of which Adams pleaded no contest, as well as an additional instance of Adams losing control of his vehicle for a 2002 collision with a parked car.
The more recent DUI bust, which took place on Mar. 31, 2006, Adams allegedly blew a 0.10 blood-alcohol level and was eventually placed on five years’ probation and was sentenced to 96 hours in county jail. He was also ordered to attend 60 AA meetings and to enroll in an alcohol and counseling program.
His first arrest, which took place Jan. 16, 2003, resulted in three years’ probation and his being barred from driving anywhere but to and from work for 90 days. E! News has learned that Adams was also arrested in 1994 on charges of driving under the influence and having a blood-alcohol level above 0.08 percent, though he was only convicted on the latter charge.
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