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Megan Gale denies cosmetic surgery claims
Megan Gale denies cosmetic surgery claims

UPDATE: Perth-raised model Megan Gale has refuted claims by a Sydney cosmetic surgeon that she has had work done.

The David Jones brand ambassador spoke out against the claims via Twitter last night, where it was suggested she was among the Australian celebrities to have had botox.

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The list of Australia's 10 most-botoxed celebrities was compiled by Star Cosmetic Medicine's Dr Mariusz Gajewski and appeared online on Wednesday.

Dr Gajewski has since tweeted an apology to Gale and Charlotte Dawson, who also took offence to being included on the surgeon's list.

"I apologise to any1 who was offended by my comments, and take ur feedback on this very seriously (sic)," he wrote.

Gale last night tweeted: "In truth @DoctorMariusz I find it damaging to my brand & I liken this article to bullying as you are literally picking people to bits (sic).

“(You) have absolutely no right to insinuate anything to the contrary @DoctorMariusz unless you have factual evidence to support these comments.

“I cannot tell you enough @DoctorMariusz how offensive I find your claims & so called "suspicions" to be. I have NEVER indulged in any kind.

“Next time, if you feel the need to use celebrities to promote yourself, do not include me @DoctorMariusz as it does not pertain to me. Thanks.”

Singer/actress Sophie Monk topped Dr Gajewski’s controversial list as the most-botoxed celebrity, followed by Australia’s Next Top Model judge Charlotte Dawson, cricketer Shane Warne and former daytime TV queen Kerri-Anne Kennerley, who came fourth.

Other stars to make Dr Gajewski’s top 10 were Brynne Edelsten, Michelle Bridges and Alex Perry.