A woman who was obviously unhappy with her body and was trying to have butt lift, has suffered a tragic misfortune in the process.
Ranika Hall, a new mum unhappy with her post-pregnancy body has died after undergoing the controversial Brazilian butt lift.
According to Daily Star UK, Ranika Hall dropped out of consciousness and stopped breathing during surgery.
In the Brazilian butt lift, fat is taken from the stomach or back and injected into the backside to make it bigger.
Health problems usually occur if the fat enters the blood stream and into the lungs, stopping the patient's breathing.
Ranika, 25, was rushed to hospital but was pronounced dead an hour later.
She had left her one-year-old daughter at home with her mum in Missouri before travelling to south Florida for the popular surgery.
Mum Nicole Hall said: "I tried to talk her out of it. I really did. Her sisters and brothers tried to talk her out of it."
She added: "It's hard for me to grasp a hold of it. Unbelievable, like it's not true."
Nicole also said that she was "looking for answers" on how it happened.
29-year-old Heather Meadows died at the same surgery while also undergoing a Brazilian butt lift procedure.
Eres Plastic Surgery said the death is being investigated.
A statement released from the centre reads: "Dr. Daniel Calva and Eres Plastic Surgery express their deepest condolences to the family and loved ones of our patient who had recently undergone a cosmetic procedure at our center on Thursday evening.
"Dr. Daniel Calva and Eres Plastic Surgery are deeply saddened by what has occurred and offter their thoughts and prayers during this difficult time.
"Dr. Calva is a highly skilled and caring surgeon that is dedicated to providing the highest level of care to his patients."
Plastic surgery patients are 20 times more likely to die from a Brazilian Butt Lift than any other procedure.