Oneal Ron Morris
The alleged fake doctor accused of injecting Fix-A-Flat into patients and later charged with manslaughter has been released from jail just days after her bond was significantly reduced.
Bond has been reduced for the alleged fake doctor accused of injecting Fix-A-Flat into patients and later charged with manslaughter.
The alleged fake doctor accused of injecting Fix-A-Flat into patients is waiting to bond out of the Broward County jail after being charged with manslaughter.
The man who made international headlines for allegedly injecting women with foreign substances including fix-a-flat, cement and superglue has been hit with new charges.
The mother of one of the alleged victims in the ‘toxic tush’ case has been charged with battery against a defendant in that case.
The woman at the center of the so-called ‘fix-a-flat’ case is scheduled to be back in court on Thursday. O’Neal Ron Morris, who allegedly injected items like fix-a-flat into women’s posteriors, will be arraigned on charges of medical wrongdoing.
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.
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.