The Butt Butcher of 34th Street may have botched his last bottom.
The state has yanked the medical license of a celebrity cosmetic surgeon Dr. Ayman Shahine, 55, who did butt lifts on reality-TV stars and left more than a dozen women claiming their buttocks had been battered.
The Brooklyn gynecologist who did liposuction and cosmetic procedures at night in a midtown office is not fit to practice, according to a decision by the state Board for Professional Medical Conduct.
The board sustained 16 allegations of misconduct against Shahine, including gross incompetence and negligence.
It found he “undertook major surgeries/procedures in his cosmetic surgery offices without the assistance of trained medical staff and appropriate equipment/safeguards,” according to state documents.
The board revoked his license as of Jan. 9.
But a woman who answered the phone at his office Friday was still booking appointments for Shahine.
Practicing medicine without a license is a criminal offense.
Shahine’s web site features his famous patients like “Mob Wives” star Renee Graziano and Nya Lee of “Love & Hip Hop: New York.”
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He has been sued for malpractice an alarming 15 times since 2013, most recently last week by 19-year-old Gisselle Torres-Figueroa of Rochester, who sought Shahine after watching a clip of singer and reality star K. Michelle being treated by the doc.
“These are girls whose bodies look great on TV and they went to him,” the airport worker told The Post.
Torres-Figueroa got a $10,000 loan and arrived at Shahine’s midtown office on Thanksgiving weekend in 2017 for a tummy tuck and butt lift.
“Time to make you look sexy,” Shahine told her.
She described crying and screaming during a painful three-hour procedure and the doctor telling her “You have to be quiet or other patients are going to hear!”
Torres-Figueroa squirmed so much from pain that she recalled the doctor saying that it almost caused him to injure her.
“I was going to puncture you and I would have to go outside and tell your mom that you died,“ he told her, she recalled.
Torres-Figueroa said she could not get out of bed for almost a month, and has “permanent numbness and burning pain” in her lower back, abdomen and butt.
She said she was “so happy” that the state had pulled his license.
“The Department of Health has finally taken a huge step in the right direction, but we will not stop fighting for Gisselle and the other victims we represent who we believe were butchered by this doctor,” said lawyer Marion Conde.
Shahine is licensed in five other states, including New Jersey and Connecticut. Those states will be notified he is unlicensed in New York, according to the DOH.
Douglas Nadjari, Shahine’s lawyer, called him a “gifted surgeon” who did not get a fair hearing. He said the doctor intends to appeal. He had no comment on the latest malpractice suit.
He did not return a request for comment on Shahine’s office continuing to book patients.