Dr. Paul Nassif, the Dr. Paul Nassif says he will fix the flattened nose of comedian Artie Lange – if the comic strip can get rid of drugs.
Nassif, 65, told TMZ On Sunday, Lange has a & # 39; saddle nose deformity & # 39 ;, a condition that is common among boxers and people who have abused cocaine.
Nassif emphasized that the 51-year-old New Jersey resident, who appeared on The Howard Stern Show from 2001 to 2008, should literally keep his nose clean for the procedure to maintain its effectiveness.
The newest: Botched & # 39; s Dr. Paul Nassif, 65, says he will fix comedian Artie Lange & # 39; s flattened nose – if the strip of drugs can stay off. Lange, 52, was seen last week after his arrest in New Jersey in a mugshot for an unspecified violation in a drug program in which he finds himself
& # 39; When someone comes in who has a drug problem, make sure all medications are stopped for an extended period of time & # 39 ;, said Nassif, who was previously seen at The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills during his marriage with ex-friends . wife Adrienne Maloof.
The plastic surgeon based in Beverly Hills, California continued: & If we fix his nose, and you start re-introducing him to the nose, he will collapse, but this time it will only get worse. & # 39;
Nassif had a personal message for Lange, saying: “I would like to fix your nose and God wants you to get yourself clean and I hope you have the support you need. And when you are ready, we are there for you. & # 39;
Lange's other peers agreed to take their own actions against the arrest of the comedian in Essex County, New Jersey last Tuesday after an unspecified violation of a drug program in which he had to participate in the midst of his ongoing lawsuits.
On the red carpet: Dr. Paul Nassif  from Botched was hijacked in LA last fall
Favorite favorite: Lange, shown last fall in his native New Jersey, spent eight years in the Howard Stern show
Lange & # 39; s predecessor on the Howard Stern show, Jackie & # 39; The Jokeman & # 39; Martling told me New Jersey 101.5 earlier this week, when he returned home after spending more than two weeks on a Greek cruise, he was inundated with reports of Lange's recent arrest.
& # 39; I feel so bad that it happened so often that I didn't know if [the news articles] are current, or whether these are old, old things & # 39 ;, said Martling, who in March 2001 Moloch left, about seven months before Lange was hired as a full-time on-air personality that October.
& # 39; I love that guy, me and he would become good friends, & # 39; he said, & # 39; and I did his podcast and his TV show – he wrote the preface to my autobiography. & # 39;
Martling added that he had been out of contact with Lange for some time: & Like all others, addicts, as soon as they get back in the soup, they cut off all ties with people … they are ashamed or whatever … knock on wood, I just hope he doesn't ruin it. & # 39;
Rooting for him: Jackie & # 39; The Jokeman & # 39; Martling, pictured in 2015 in Pennsylvania, said he hopes that Lange & # 39; does not mess up & # 39;
Lange & # 39; s former Stern Show co-star John Melendez said on his show, The Stuttering John Podcast, that he still supports the comic film after a few turbulent years in which they have publicly argued between Twitter and their respective podcasts.
& # 39; People think I hate Artie, I love Artie – Artie was another bastard for me, & # 39; Melendez explained, while he often Lange & # 39; ad nauseum & # 39; on his podcast devastated with colleagues such as Martling and Gilbert Gottfried, who fought him back to eventually.
& # 39; He threw my stand-up flat, he threw everything around me, so much so that I said: & # 39; I am from New York – I am not from Jersey – you are going to f ** k me, I am going to kick you in the f *** ing b **** and I am going to hit that nose and flatten even more! & # 39; Melendez said.
Melendez added that Lange often texted him friendly messages, followed by excavations in which he boasted that he was a better comedian, actor and writer.
"Artie, you will never be a better writer than me, and you are no better comedian than I," said Melendez, who remarked that, regardless of their past problems, he was right in the middle of the latest developments in the story Long & # 39; s angle.
& # 39; Here's the thing Artie: You f *** with me, I *** with you back, at the end of the day, I love you, & # 39; said Melendez. & # 39; Artie, I love you, I forgive you, I want you to get better … Artie, do your time, get better, we pray for you. & # 39;
Forgive everything: Lange & # 39; s colleague & # 39; Stuttering & # 39; John Melendez said that he prays for the Crashing star despite their differences in recent years. Melendez was crazy about the premiere of his film One, Too, Many in LA in 2008
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