1. Dr Sandra Lee Husband
CELEBRITY chef Sandra Lee was spotted moving out of the home she shared with Governor Andrew Cuomo as he is accused of alleged sexual harassment.
Lee, 54, was pictured loading her possessions into a U-Haul outside the Westchester County, New York, home called “Lily Pond.”The star bought the property in 2008, and shared it with the governor, 63, during their 14-year relationship.The 1940 home went up for sale in May 2019 for $2million, according to PEOPLE, just months before the pair split in September.The property then sold for $1.85million in October 2020, Page Six reported.The estate is roughly 4,000 square-foot with four bedrooms, three dining areas and a home gym, according to a real estate listing.Following the move, Lee posted her farewells on Instagram, dubbing the day “one of the saddest days of my life.”
“I love that house and I have a personal relationship with every single room of that home,” she continued, posting an image of the house’s exterior. “I hope the new owners take care of it as well as I did and I will love it forever. #thehousethatbuiltme.”In another post, Lee said that her last moments were “bittersweet,” saying that she “prayed the next owners would be kind” to the house and “cried and cried.”Since splitting with Cuomo, Lee began a move to California following the purchase of a $3.38million beachfront house in Malibu.Lee’s move comes just days after Cuomo’s former aide claimed she was sexually harassed by the New York governor “for years.
Lindsey Boylan, who worked for Cuomo from 2015 to 2018, made the allegations – which the governor strongly denies – in a series of tweets on Sunday morning.”Yes, @NYGovCuomo sexually harassed me for years,” she wrote. “Many saw it, and watched.””I could never anticipate what to expect: would I be grilled on my work (which was very good) or harassed about my looks. Or would it be both in the same conversation? This was the way for years.”The governor vehemently denies the allegations.His press secretary Caitlin Girouard said: “There is simply no truth to these claims.
Boylan, who is married to investment banker LeRoy Kim, continued to allege that she was not the only woman to experience harassment while working for Cuomo.”Not knowing what to expect what’s (sic) the most upsetting part aside from knowing that no one would do a damn thing even when they saw it,” she wrote. “No one.””And I *know* I am not the only woman.”
2. Who is Dr Sandra Lee’s husband?
After her residency finished, she went to San Diego to further her experience with laser, dermatological and cosmetic surgery. Lee now lives in Upland, California with her husband, Dr. Jeffrey C. Rebish (married May 28, 2000), and currently works at Skin Physicians & Surgeons.
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3. Here’s all you need to know about their relationship
Dr Sandra Lee, widely known as Dr Pimple Popper, dated now-husband Dr Jeffrey Rebish since their school days. Both were studying in a Philadelphia medical school to be dermatologists. Jeffrey first saw Sandra on the day of the orientation and immediately knew she was the one. After completing their course, the couple moved to California and took over Sandra’s father’s clinic, where they currently practice.
Jeffrey has never been big on the popping that Sandra does and calls himself the behind-the-scenes person. Talking to the Refinery29, he shared how he picks up slack when Sandra is caught up with filming, production and regular client visits. Sandra is more involved in the cosmetic aspect of dermatology wherein she deals with a lot of botox, fillers, and liposuctions.
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Elaborating on their relationship, Jeffrey expressed how Sandra likes to keep her mind occupied and schedule busy. There was a time when she would be up most of the nights and he thought it was just the video games she was playing. Later, he discovered that she had been uploading videos of the theatrical surgeries she would perform on her patients on YouTube.
The couple has two sons, 13 and 15, and have been married for a little over two decades. And, this picture of the couple is proof that their love is still intact.
“Once YouTube was paying her and the videos were actually bringing in money, she filled me in. I didn’t know what to make of it, because at that point, the Dr Pimple Popper following was there, but still modest — probably about 5,000 subscribers, or so,” he pointed out, adding that soon the channel saw a massive spike after a media house shared one of her surgery videos. In a week, the number of subscribers crossed the 80,000 mark. Within no time, the couple was fielding calls from production units expressing interest in the kind of content Sandra had been putting out and wanting to put her on TV.
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Clearly, Sandra is taken up and very busy given her professional commitments. Jeffrey said he tries to be supportive and fill in for her. “Sometimes that’s taking care of the boys, or handling her contracts. The fandom is crazy, and we’ll probably have to continue to figure things out as Dr Pimple Popper grows and evolves,” he shared. “Ultimately, I’ll always be involved in any way Sandra needs me to be, because we’re a team.”
4. ‘Dr. Pimple Popper’: How Did Dr. Sandra Lee Get Her Name?
No doubt some of you did a double take last year when seeing Dr. Pimple Popper for the first time on your TV listings. Over the last year, this became one of the most popular shows on TLC since the days when Trading Spaces put the cable network on the map.
Dr. Popper is otherwise known as Dr. Sandra Lee. Ultimately, it isn’t a reality show with a faux doctor. Dr. Lee is a real dermatologist who found her start on social media before winning a TV deal. Since then, she’s gained a loyal following with “Popheads”, aka those with an overtly strange pimple obsession.
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Even back to Dr. Lee’s early days, she was taking on formidable medical roles. She began by being an assistant to an allergist that involved some medical procedures not for the squeamish. As related in a recent autobiographical piece she wrote for Wealthsimple, she’s been used to seeing things from patients most people don’t want to think about.
She and her husband soon opened a dermatology practice in Beverly Hills after her graduation from college in the late 1990s. This was already ripe for a reality show in the making, even if reality shows didn’t go there until much later.
Based on the increasing demand to be a patient on her show, the morbidly curious can probably expect more inside looks at odd medical professions.
As you might guess, Dr. Lee wasn’t known as Dr. Pimple Popper during her professional dermatology days. Even when she moved to San Diego during the 2000s to expand her role in laser dermatology, she didn’t partake in offbeat marketing to promote herself.
Only on social media did she decide to brand herself after realizing the success she could have there. It started a mere five years ago when she decided to post videos and pics of zit-popping procedures on her Instagram account. She soon gravitated to opening a YouTube channel that became a huge sensation. At one point, Dr. Lee was making a better living on her YouTube channel than she was as a dermatologist.
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