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Fake doctor injected patients with tire sealant and cement to give them BBLs, leaving one dead


Oneal Ron Morris, 36, famously known as the “Toxic Tush Doctor,” was handed a 10-year prison sentence for administering deadly cosmetic butt injections.

The sentence was delivered by a Broward County judge following Morris’ guilty plea for manslaughter, as reported by ABC affiliate Local 10.

The saga unfolded in court, where Morris, who had already served a year in prison for practicing healthcare without a license, faced further repercussions.

Despite being transgender, Morris was slated to serve her sentence in a men’s facility.

The courtroom was filled with the grieving loved ones of 31-year-old Shatarka Nuby, who tragically lost her life in 2012 after seeking cosmetic procedures from Morris. Nuby’s family and friends demanded a harsher punishment.

Sherri Pitts, Nuby’s mother, said: “My daughter died the most inhumane death.”

She recounted the agonizing 18-month ordeal during which Nuby suffered without knowledge of the toxic substances injected into her body, as CBS Miami reported.

Oneal Ron Morris, 36, famously known as the "Toxic Tush Doctor," was handed a 10-year prison sentence for administering deadly cosmetic butt injections.


According to court documents, Nuby paid Morris $2,000 for treatments reportedly aimed at enhancing her buttocks, hips, thighs, and breasts between 2007 and 2010.

Prior to her death, Nuby noticed alarming discoloration and hardening at the injection sites, indicating the severity of the situation.

Prosecutors revealed disturbing details, stating that witnesses observed Morris using materials like tire sealant, rubber cement, and super glue during the procedures.

However, the exact composition of the injections remains unconfirmed.

Maintaining her innocence, Morris said: “I have never ever or would dare ever to inject or have injected any human with any type of unknown substance,” as she read from a prepared statement during her sentencing.

In defense of Morris, attorney William Lanphear argued that her patients were aware of her lack of medical credentials, shifting some responsibility onto the victims themselves.

“All parties share the responsibilities and the blame for their own actions and the role they played,” Lanphear stated, according to the Sun Sentinel.

Another victim, who had undergone facial injections by Morris and was once referred to as “cement face,” underwent corrective surgery by a licensed physician in 2014.

Before the corrective procedure, she admitted to being too ashamed to venture outside her home, highlighting the profound impact of Morris’ reckless actions.


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