Alleged “Toxic Tush” Accomplice Takes Plea Deal
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MIAMI (CBS4) – Corey Eubank, the alleged accomplice in Miami’s infamous Toxic Tush case has taken a plea to avoid jail.
Under the terms of the plea, Eubank, 40, will plead guilty to two misdemeanor counts of culpable negligence. In exchange, Eubank will serve one year of probation.
Eubank was arrested along with another man, Oneal Ron Morris. Both were accused of injecting foreign substances, including fix-a-flat, cement and mineral oil, into women’s behinds for cosmetic purposes. Neither Eubank or Morris have a license to practice medicine.
Morris, who was born a man but lives as a woman, allegedly offered his services the transgender community. He has denied any wrongdoing.
Outside court, Eubank confirmed taking the plea but said even the one year probation punishment was too harsh because he did nothing more than pass along Morris’ phone number to a woman. Eubank admitted to having the procedure done on himself and he had no toxic side effects.
Eubanks’ attorney Jim Lewis claims the victims were willing participants and knew the procedures were not being done by a licensed surgeon.