Trial Starts Against Florida Suspects Accused Of Botched Butt Injections
The trial against two Florida suspects, arrested for using Fix-A-Flat tire sealant for cosmetic surgery, began Monday (June 24). Oneal Morris, a man who identifies as a woman, and Corey Eubank ran a black-market business in South Florida where they posed as licensed doctors and performed various illegal operations. The duo reportedly used Fix-A-Flat, superglue, and cement in their procedures.
Morris and Eubank were arrested and charged with practicing their harmful operations without a license back in 2011. Though they were providing quick and cheap surgery to women who yearned for more junk in the trunk; unfortunately, the illegal and dangerous procedures gave women nasty infections, flu-like symptoms, and even resulted in death. Last July, Morris was found responsible for manslaughter in the death of 32-year-old, Shatarka Nuby who suffered “massive systemic silicone migration” as the excessive substance hardened her buttocks, hips, thighs and breasts.
Eubank the fake cosmetic surgeon’s wingman, will be tried alongside Morris; both pleaded not guilty. A Florida judge rejected a plea deal agreed upon by the prosecution and defense.
The wave of women wanting to enhancements is nothing new but the problem is that women are now going to greater (but cheaper) lengths to enhance their curves, no matter the complications. Last year, Hip-Hop Wired reported on a woman who had a flip-flopping butt implant, and earlier this month another South Floridian woman died on account of her $2,300 injection procedures.