Probe widens in Florida buttocks-enlargement case

By REUTERS
November 23, 2011 01:24

 
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MIAMI - More alleged victims are coming forward in the case of a Florida resident accused of injecting "super glue" and flat-tire repair materials into the buttocks of a woman in a botched illegal cosmetic surgery procedure, the Florida Department of Health said on Tuesday.

Oneal Ron Morris, 30, was arrested by Miami Gardens police on Friday in Fort Lauderdale and charged with causing bodily injury and practicing healthcare without a license. Police referred to Morris as a man though he had the appearance of a woman in the arrest photo released by police.

According to the charge, Morris, acting without a required medical practitioner's license and starting in May 2010, injected substances into the buttocks of a woman client to improve their "shape and cosmetic appearance."

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