A fake doctor who allegedly injected women’s bottoms with substances including tyre sealant, super glue and cement has been sentenced for killing a patient.
Oneal Ron Morris, 33, is accused of leaving women ill and disfigured after injecting them with a mixture of toxic substances, including super glue, Fix-A-Flat and cement, at homes across Florida.
In addition to multiple counts of practicing medicine without a license with serious bodily injury, she was also charged with manslaughter after one of her ‘patients’ died following surgery.
The victim, Shatarka Nuby, passed away from acute and chronic respiratory failure reportedly caused by the silicone used in the procedure while serving time in a Tallahassee prison in 2012.
Oneal Morris, a transgender woman, received 10 years in prison after pleading no contest to manslaughter and practicing medicine without a licence.
Morris, 36, was previously sentenced to a year in prison under 2013 charges in Miami-Dade County, Florida, though Monday’s sentence in neighboring Broward County was much stricter.
31-year-old Shatarka Nuby, one of the fake doctor’s victims who received injections from Morris to make her behind bigger starting in 2007, died in prison in 2012, and a medical examiner said that it stemmed from a “massive systemic silicone migration” from injections into her buttocks and hips.
The victim’s aunt told police that she was there on multiple occasions when the fake medical professional injected her niece, and that she told her the silicone was from Home Depot.
Morris, who allegedly injected tire sealant Fix-a-Flat and cement into women’s bottoms along with silicone, allegedly sealed the injections with super glue.
She said in court Monday that she would never use an unknown substance, including the sealant or cement, to inject someone, and added that Nuby was her friend, according to WSVN .
Morris gained widespread attention after her original arrest for the salacious allegations as well as her own artificially enlarged backside.
She said she decided on a plea agreement because she did not believe she could get a fair trial.
She was ordered to serve her sentence in a men’s prison rather than a womans.