Queens Woman Sentenced To Prison For Using Krazy Glue On Botched Butt Lift
A 40-year-old woman from Queens is regretting her decision to play doctor without going to school to get a medical degree.
Liliana Coello charged one of her “clients” $2,300 to inject a clear gel substance into her booty, which ended up leaking out the wrong end. When the woman came back writhing in pain, she did want any sensible physician would do.
She used Krazy Glue to patch things up.
Now she is being punished for her malpractice with a prison sentence of two years. It so happens that the judge showed her mercy.
Defendant Liliana Coello, 40, apologized in a Queens courtroom during her Tuesday sentencing for the catastrophic cosmetic surgery — including a follow-up treatment with Krazy Glue.
The patient wound up with a nasty infection and was hospitalized three times. Officials said she would likely face additional health woes for the rest of her life.
She pleaded guilty to charges of unlawfully practicing medicine and seriously injuring a patient in a plea that covered two separate incidents.
Coello, sporting handcuffs to go with her long-sleeved white shirt and gray-and-white-striped tights, fidgeted nervously before State Supreme Court Justice Barry Kron imposed the jail time.
“I’m very sorry for what happened,” Coello told the judge.
“I hope I don’t see you again,” Kron said after the 10-minute hearing.
Moguldom Films most recent documentary, Bottoms Up: The Rise of the Backside, explores through numerous cases such as this botched butt lift or lethal injections in the rear end. It is becoming an epidemic of gross proportions.
Judge Kron allowed Coello serve her sentences concurrently, despite a more bloodthirsty prosecution’s wishes.
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