Fake doctor injected patients with cement to give them BBL’s

Oneal Ron Morris, famously dubbed the “Toxic Tush Doctor,” received a 10-year prison sentence for her role in the tragic death of Shatarka Nuby, a patient who sought cosmetic enhancements.

Morris, who impersonated a doctor, administered lethal injections containing substances like tire sealant and cement. This grim saga unfolded in a Broward County courtroom, where Morris, already convicted of practicing healthcare without a license, faced manslaughter charges. Despite identifying as transgender, Morris was ordered to serve her sentence in a men’s facility.

The courtroom atmosphere was charged with emotion as the bereaved family and friends of Shatarka Nuby demanded justice.

Sherri Pitts, Nuby’s mother, expressed her anguish, describing her daughter’s death as “the most inhumane.” She recounted the 18-month ordeal during which Nuby suffered, unaware of the toxic substances coursing through her body.

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Nuby paid Morris $2,000 for cosmetic treatments aimed at augmenting her buttocks, hips, thighs, and breasts between 2007 and 2010. However, instead of enhancement, Nuby experienced alarming discoloration and hardening at the injection sites, signaling a grave medical crisis. Prosecutors revealed disturbing details of Morris’ procedures, citing witnesses who observed her using materials like tire sealant, rubber cement, and superglue.

Ultimately, Morris’s actions led to Nuby’s untimely death, leaving behind a grieving family and a community demanding justice.

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The severity of Morris’s deception and the tragic consequences underscored the urgent need for stricter regulations in the cosmetic industry to prevent similar tragedies from occurring in the future.

Written by Telha

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