The board received information that Koval “offered to engage in or engaged in” injecting people with Botox in her home. Koval admitted that she had administered Botox to individuals in New Jersey, according to the order dated April 3.
…and the article includes two pieces of information about her home. I’ll first cite the final paragraph of the story…
Property records show Koval and her husband paid nearly $2 million for their Franklin Lakes home in 2005.
…and here is the headline for the story:
Stop injecting people with Botox in your McMansion, state tells woman
I think most people would find it disturbing for someone to be performing medical procedures out of their home without a license. But, is the reader’s opinion of this woman even worse when her home is labeled a McMansion? It isn’t just an expensive suburban home – it is a McMansion, a term that is almost never used to refer to something good.
Perhaps this could lead to a new McMansion horror storyline…