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.
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.
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.
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.
Cement and fix-a-flat aren’t the typical things you’d consider injecting into your body. But that’s exactly what Miami Gardens Police said a fake doctor was doing to at least one victim.