February 18, 2018
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More victims step forward in buttocks-injection case

From wire reports

MIAMI — More victims are coming forward, claiming they suffered life-threatening injuries from a buttocks enhancement procedure performed by a woman who injected them with a toxic combination.

Police arrested Oneal Ron Morris, 30, on charges of practicing health care without a license, causing serious bodily injury. Morris, who police say is a man but identifies as a woman, has been released after posting a $15,000 bond.

She is accused of duping a Miami Gardens woman into paying for six injections of a near-lethal formula of cement, mineral oil and Super Glue that was administered through a tube hooked to a cooler, according to police and state investigators.

Now, as a result of national and international media coverage, several other victims have contacted police alleging they, too, were victims of the procedure, though it is not clear yet whether Morris worked on them.

Morris apparently did self-work as well, with photos showing her own inflated rump.

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