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Celebrity dermatologist Dr. Alex Khadavi caught on camera launching into homophobic tirade

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Celebrity dermatologist Dr. Alex Khadavi caught on camera launching into homophobic tirade against neighbor calling him a ‘f****t’ and threatening to ‘blow his head off’

  • Dr. Alex Khadavi was seen on surveillance camera threatening a gay neighbor and repeatedly using a homophobic slur
  • The neighbor has now filed a restraining order against the celebrity dermatologist saying he ‘fears for his life’
  • According to TMZ, a concierge at Khadavi’s condo complex claims the doctor also flashed a gun at him several months ago
  • Khadavi was the subject of a separate restraining order back in 2016 after he allegedly ‘made anti-Semitic death threats’ 
  • Earlier this year, Khadavi’s 21,000-square-foot Bel-Air home was featured in the Wall Street Journal after it was listed for sale for $87.7 million

Celebrity dermatologist Dr. Alex Khadavi has been caught on camera repeatedly using a homophobic slur during a dispute with a gay neighbor. 

Khadavi – who has treated stars including Scott Disick, David Hasselhoff and Lance Bass – was recorded on surveillance video threatening the man in the lobby of their plush West Hollywood condo complex on July 7.

‘I’ll f**k you up, f**king f****t!’ Khadavi, 48, is heard yelling in the footage, which was obtained by TMZ on Thursday.  

Celebrity dermatologist Dr. Alex Khadavi has been caught on camera using a homophobic slur during a dispute with a neighbor. He has previously treated Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Scott Disick

Celebrity dermatologist Dr. Alex Khadavi has been caught on camera using a homophobic slur during a dispute with a neighbor. He has previously treated Keeping Up With The Kardashians star Scott Disick

Khadavi - who boasts more than 40,000 followers on Instagram - is seen with David Hasselhoff

Khadavi – who boasts more than 40,000 followers on Instagram – is seen with David Hasselhoff 

‘I’ll  shoot you, I don’t give a f**k… Nobody tells me what to do,’ Khadavi is then heard yelling, as a concierge looks on helplessly. 

Khadavi’s foul-mouthed tirade goes on for more than a minute before he taunts: ‘I’ll shoot you in the f**king face, f**king f****t!’ 

‘I’ll blow your f**king head off!’ he subsequently states. 

The neighbor has now filed a restraining order against Khadavi, saying he ‘fears for his life’. 

In legal documents, which have been seen by TMZ, the concierge allegedly claims that Khadavi ‘showed him a handgun he was carrying [while leaving the condo complex]’ around two months ago. 

The celebrity dermatologist did not respond to TMZ’s request for comment and he has not addressed the controversy on his Instagram page. 

Back in 2016, it was reported that Million Dollar Listing star Matt Altman obtained a restraining order against Khadavi for making ‘anti-Semitic death threats’. 

Altman claimed Khadavi had also made ‘homophobic comments’ during a phone call.  The dermatologist denied the allegations at the time. 

'So grateful for this longtime patient of mine': Khadavi is seen with former NYSNC star Lance Bass in a recent social media snap. Bass is openly gay

‘So grateful for this longtime patient of mine’: Khadavi is seen with former NYSNC star Lance Bass in a recent social media snap. Bass is openly gay 

Khadavi works at the Dermatology & Laser Medical Center, which has locations in the celebrity enclaves of Encino and Thousand Oaks.

Khadavi works at the Dermatology & Laser Medical Center, which has locations in the celebrity enclaves of Encino and Thousand Oaks.

Khadavi – who boasts more than 40,000 Instagram followers –  works at the Dermatology & Laser Medical Center, which has locations in the celebrity enclaves of Encino and Thousand Oaks. 

Earlier this year, he was profiled in a Wall Street Journal article titled ‘Cosmetic Surgeons Are Building L.A. Megamansions, and the Results Are Over-the-Top’.

In the piece, Khadavi stated that he was selling his 21,000-square-foot Bel-Air home for $87.7 million. 

The doctor stated that he paid $16 million for the property in 2013 before spending the better part of a decade renovating and decorating the pad. 

Khadavi told the publication he treated the design process in the same way he treats clients at his dermatology clinic, stating: ‘“When I do injectables in people’s faces…I always look and see what I could do above and beyond to make this person better. Every person is beautiful, you have to make them more beautiful.’

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