32-year-old Malaysian Tan Xinyu was charged on 6 December for allegedly performing cosmetic surgeries without a proper medical license at an apartment in River Valley, according to Shin Min Daily News.
She is facing 4 charges under the Medical Registration Act, where she allegedly did nose and cheek thread lifts, and double eyelid procedures at the unit on 27 and 28 July.
Tan had allegedly conducted cosmetic procedures on 4 people at a unit in River Valley Road.
The prosecution said that they need time to prepare the case and other documents as they sought an adjournment.
Meanwhile, the authorities are proceeding with 2 charges.
The adjournment application has been approved by the court and the next hearing has since been scheduled for 20 December.
Denied doing anything wrong
In a Facebook post, Tan has denied doing anything wrong, as she blamed the situation on her “bad fortune”.
She said that the crux of the issue is that she is not a doctor, but “my customers knew that and were satisfied with my work.”
She also added that she didn’t mess up anyone’s faces, and apologised to her customers for keeping them in the dark about her situation, and she assured that she will be back soon.