That is pretty stupid to use statins for fat deposits on the liver. Statins are notorious for causing liver damage. They are also well known for causing heart failure. This is due to their ability to reduce CoQ10, which leads to muscle tissue breakdown (rhabdomyolosis), including the heart muscle.
What is worse is that cholesterol does not cause heart disease. Around half of heart attacks and strokes occur with normal to low cholesterol levels. In fact low cholesterol is a MAJOR risk factor for heart attack and stroke. This is because ow cholesterol decreases vasodilating prostaglandins leading to decreased blood flow to the heart and brain. Low cholesterol can also cause a host of other problems including dementia and depression.
The primary cause of heart disease though is inflammation, not cholesterol. The cholesterol is a healing agent and tries to patch and heal inflamed blood vessels. If the source of inflammation is not removed the cholesterol keeps depositing in an attempt to heal the inflamed area. Common causes of this inflammation include high blood pressure, diabetes, cow's milk (due to xanthine oxidase), bacterial infections and other sources of trauma such as bypasses.