There’s been another arrest involving a “toxic tush” case in South Florida.
A Hialeah woman and her husband were arrested after they reportedly injected “foreign substances” into women’s buttocks in so-called cosmetic procedures.
In the age of social media we live in, people not only get to know you through your words, but also through your looks. That’s led many women to go to extremes, including cosmetic surgery and other procedures, to get the perfect Facebook look.
The man accused in connection with the so-called fix-a-flat fake doctor scandal was back in court Friday where a judge ruled against his request for a permanent restraining order against a woman who he said attacked him during a taping of the Cristina Show on Telemundo.
The attorney for a man who was attacked on-stage during the taping of a program on Miami’s infamous “Toxic Tush” case has obtained restraining orders against two women who set off an on-camera free-for-all during a taping of “Palante con Cristina” Wednesday.
A man accused of being involved in South Florida’s infamous “Toxic Tush” case was reportedly attacked while appearing on a talk show but no charges have been filed.
Oneal Morris, the person who allegedly carried out buttocks enhancements by injecting South Florida “patients” with Fix-a-Flat, cement and other toxic substances made her first formal appearance in court Thursday.
Oneal Morris, the person who allegedly carried out buttocks enhancements by injecting South Florida “patients” with Fix-a-Flat, cement and other toxic substances was expected in court Friday but the hearing was reset until January 19th.
One of the two men charged with using cement and fix-a-flat to cosmetically enhance the buttocks of several people in the South Florida transsexual community made an appearance in court Monday.
The accused fake doctor who allegedly injected people with Fix-a-Flat and cement is talking and she has a very different story from her accusers.