According to reports a Miami woman underwent a butt lift that became toxic, resulting in the woman being hospitalized. Check out these pictures of the dude pretending to be a female doctor. OMG!! According to Miami police the woman was injected on several occasions for a $700 fee, with injections of cement, fix-a-flat, mineral oil and the injection site was closed with super glue.Miami police arrested a transgender woman that claimed to be a doctor and has no medical license, for performing the butt lift using this toxic combination in a Miami Gardens townhouse.
The transgender fake doctor has been identified as Oneal Ron Morris, who was found by Miami Gardens police on Friday, arresting him. The woman injected with the toxic mixture went to three different hospitals complaining of abdominal pain and other symptoms.Doctors finally found the cause of the pneumonia like symptoms and large infected welts on where the butt lift had taken place. The woman was to embarrassed to report the incident. The woman whose identity has not been released due to medical privacy laws, according to Miami Gardens Detective Michael Dillon. She nearly died due to the toxic mixture that had been injected. She is currently under the treatment of medical professionals and still in poor health due to her personal injuries.
Another woman, Vera Lawrence of Carol City, was not as lucky after attending a “plumping party” in the Miramar area of Miami. She died after an attempted buttocks augmentation, when injected with silicone in 2001. The hosts of the party were charged with the death of Lawrence and were not licensed physicians. Detective Dillon believes there are other victims of Morris that are too embarrassed to alert authorities. The victim that remains under medical treatment referred to Morris as a friend of a friend, who did the toxic procedure in early May of 2010.
The victim paid Morris $700 for injections that occurred between May 3rd and May 7, 2010 and told authorities the procedure occurred at a townhouse located at 1114 NW 206th Terrace, a residential neighborhood. She stated she was able to see some tools and Morris had her lay on her stomach on a table setup in the townhouse. The tools included rubber tubing that was attached to what the woman believed to be a cooler.
She said of the procedure that she felt tremendous pressure and then pain as the tube was being inserted, which Morris assured her the procedure was almost over. The woman said she was screaming with pain and that Morris sealed the wounds with Super Glue and then sent her home. Doctors in Tampa contacted the health department to report what tests showed that the woman had been injected with, causing her severe personal injuries.
According to Detective Dillon, Morris stayed one step ahead of them for months and Friday they attempted to locate her and was surprised to find her, along with her appearance. Detective Dillon is unsure if Morris used some of her own toxic mixture. Morris was charged with practicing medicine without a license, and causing bodily harm, which is a second degree felony.