Cosmetic Surgery

Corey Eubank is accused of assisting a fake doctor with injecting dangerous substances into people seeking buttocks enhancement surgery (Source: Miami Gardens Police)

Alleged Accomplice In Toxic Tush Case Appears In Court

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.

CBS4–12/19/2011

(Source: Miami Gardens PD) Oneal Ron Harris, charged with practicing medicine without a license, is claimed to have used cement and glue, among other substances, to enhance the bottocks of at least one patient. He is believed to have done similar work on himself.

Accused Fake Doc Denies Toxic Tush Enhancement Allegations

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.

CBS4–11/30/2011

(Source: Miami Gardens PD) Oneal Ron Harris, charged with practicing medicine without a license, is claimed to have used cement and glue, among other substances, to enhance the bottocks of at least one patient. He is believed to have done similar work on himself.

Butt Rebuilding Fake Doc May Have More Victims

The bizarre story surrounding a fake doctor who was using cement and fix-a-flat to shape people’s derrieres continued Tuesday as the Florida Department of Health confirmed that more possible victims have come forward.

CBS4–11/22/2011

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“Boytox” Gaining Popularity Among Men

The only difference between men and boys used to be the size of their toys… today it could be the smoothness of their skin. More men are turning to Botox to look younger. Call it “boytox.”

CBS4–10/31/2011

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Police: Woman Injected Botox Illegally

Two South Florida women seeking Botox treatments trusted a 28-year-old woman, who police say had no medical license, to inject their faces with the temporary wrinkle remover.

CBS4–05/26/2011

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Video Catches Plastic Surgery Fraudster

Police say a Miami woman who they initially arrested for stealing a man’s identity to finance $8,000 in plastic surgery has been taken into custody again.

CBS4–12/17/2010

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