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.
Alleged victims of a South Florida transsexual who claim they were injected with “super glue” and flat-tire repair materials in botched illegal cosmetic surgery procedures will be featured on Thursday episode of Dr. Phil.
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.
The lumpy cheeks, misshapen chin and ballooning upper lip are still visible on Rajee Narinesingh’s face; more than two years after she says she received a backroom cosmetic procedure from a man police say performed numerous, botched, unlicensed procedures.
Bond has been set at $15,000 for a South Florida man accused of injecting “super glue” and flat-tire repair materials into the buttocks of women in botched illegal cosmetic surgery procedures.
Another man has been arrested in connection with the bizarre buttocks enhancing case in which fix-a-flat, cement and mineral oil were allegedly injected into patient’s backsides.