Miami Plastic Surgeon Orlando Llorente Released on Bond, Placed Under House Arrest

Dr. Orlando Llorente, 41, allegedly held his ex-girlfriend captive and beat her for several hours.

By Diana Gonzalez
|  Saturday, Jun 1, 2013  |  Updated 11:38 AM EDT
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Dr. Orlando Llorente arrived at his home in the Roads Friday afternoon wearing an ankle monitor. This was the first time the 41-year-old Miami plastic surgeon had been out of jail since he was arrested May 7th and charged with kidnapping and attempted murder. NBC 6's Diana Gonzalez reports.

Dr. Orlando Llorente arrived at his home in the Roads Friday afternoon wearing an ankle monitor. This was the first time the 41-year-old Miami plastic surgeon had been out of jail since he was arrested May 7th and charged with kidnapping and attempted murder. NBC 6's Diana Gonzalez reports.

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Plastic Surgeon Charged With Attempted Murder Granted Bond

A judge granted a $100,000 bond to a Miami plastic surgeon who faces attempted murder and kidnapping charges for allegedly holding his ex-girlfriend captive and beating her for several hours. NBC 6's Ari Odzer reports.

Orlando Llorente in Bond Court

A Miami plastic surgeon is facing attempted murder and kidnapping charges after he held his ex-girlfriend captive and beat her for several hours over a Facebook message, authorities said Wednesday. Dr. Orlando Llorente, 41, is also facing charges of robbery, battery, tampering with a witness, false imprisonment and criminal mischief in the April incident, according to jail records and a Miami Police arrest affidavit.
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Dr. Orlando Llorente arrived at his home in the Roads Friday afternoon wearing an ankle monitor.

This was the first time the 41-year-old Miami plastic surgeon had been out of jail since he was arrested May 7th and charged with kidnapping and attempted murder.

According to a Miami Police report, he tortured his ex-girlfriend, dragged her by the hair into the bathroom, stuck her head in the toilet and banged her head on the floor.

A judge set Llorente's bond at $100,000 last week.

Llorente was in court earlier Friday morning when a judge read him one of the conditions of his release: that he surrender all his firearms and ammunition.

A neighbor said police confiscated the weapons at his home on Thursday.

Llorente is allowed to leave his house to meet with attorneys, attend court hearings and to deal with work matters, as long as he is first cleared by his GPS supervisor.

He is due back in court June 10th.

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