Practicing Medicine without a License
A woman, accused of practicing medicine without a license bonded out of jail Thursday.
Pembroke Pines Police arrested a woman Wednesday accused of practicing medicine without a license, using her garage as a doctor’s office.
Corey Eubank, the alleged accomplice in Miami’s infamous Toxic Tush case has taken a plea to avoid jail.
A fake dentist, already under investigation for practicing medicine without a license, is now accused of treated a woman for her toothache and then kissing her buttocks after an injection, according to a Hollywood Police report.
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.
ONeal Ron Morris, the infamous fake doctor that allegedly injected items like fix-a-flat into patients’ posteriors, has been arrested by the Broward County Sheriff’s Office after more allegations of medical wrongdoing were made against her.
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.