After pestering a celebrity doctor and sending ‘flirty’ texts, a property developer loses his appeal.


After pestering a celebrity doctor and sending ‘flirty’ texts, a property developer loses his appeal.

The appeal of a property developer who harassed a celebrity dermatologist who turned down her advances and then claimed he “destroyed my face” has been dismissed.

Patricia Bailey, 71, harassed Dr. Philippe Hamada-Pisal, a cosmetic expert, for four months, forcing him to modify his route home from work after she “following” him.

“Did you sleep well without me?” a former millionaire once asked him.

It came after the dermatologist received a slew of phone and text messages from the Fazakerley former property developer, in which she addressed him as “darling” and characterized him as “special and unique.”

“Philippe,” Bailey said at one point. I can’t recall ever meeting a man who has been so generous and compassionate to me, and I’m very sorry for doubting you.

‘Philippe, you are one-of-a-kind and special to me and my life.

‘I’d like to be fully certain about how I feel about you.’

‘Darling Philippe, I’m coming down tonight to visit you.’

Dr. Hamada-Pisal, the creator of PHP Aesthetics, filed a harassment complaint with the police, detailing how Bailey harassed him frequently between October 2019 and February 2020.

It resulted in her being convicted in March.

She filed an appeal at Southwark Crown Court on Tuesday, but it was dismissed, and the conviction was affirmed by Judge David Tomlinson, who was sitting alongside two magistrates.

Bailey, of Fazakerley’s Adlam Road, was ordered to pay £520 in costs for her appeal.

It comes after her first sentence of a four-month community order with a daily curfew of 8 p.m. to 7 a.m. throughout that time.

Bailey was also ordered to pay £770 in costs and a victim surcharge of £90, back in March.

The doctor said after he treated her with CryoLED therapy, she followed him home and turned up at his Harley Street practice unannounced.

He told court: “I met Ms Bailey following a phone call in July 2019 after an article was released in the Daily Mail.

“She wanted to have more information about this treatment.

“When Ms Bailey calls you it’s a monologue.

“The treatment was an eye cream penetrating the skin to reduce the eyebrows.

“It. Summary ends.


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