Another victim of the 'doctor' who injected cement into the buttocks of a Florida woman has come forward, revealing a horrifically disfigured face with chipmunk-like hard lumps in her cheeks.
Rajee Narinesingh, 48, told the press that Oneal Ron Morris, 30, had identified herself as a doctor and had injected a toxic mixture of cement and tyre sealant into her face, CBS Miami News reported.
Ms Narinesingh, who similar to Morris, was born a man but identifies as a woman, also suffers from a misshapen chin and bloated upper lip after the backroom beauty treatment went wrong.
She told reporters that she had heard of Morris by word of mouth in the transgender community.
She said as a transgender person, she was desperate to want to match her outside with her inside identity, and was willing to take the risk to undergo an illegal procedure for a low price.
Ms Narinesingh said she did not have enough money to pay a proper certified plastic surgeon to aesthetically enhance her face.
Morris was arrested earlier this month for injecting the same toxic cocktail of chemicals into a woman who wanted a bigger bottom, including cement, tyre sealant, superglue and mineral oil, then sealing the incision with superglue.
$900 for a 'rock-hard' bum
The woman, who paid S$910 for the procedure, said Morris appeared to use a hose pipe attached to a cooler box to pump the mixture into her buttocks.
She later became seriously ill and was sent to the hospital in agonising pain, where doctors contacted the police.
Morris was arrested for practising medicine without a license and causing serious bodily injury, but was released from police custody earlier this week after posting bail.
She was rearrested the day before Thanksgiving when a second victim lodged a police report.
According to reports, Narinesigh is the latest of the six women who have so far come forward claiming to be the victims of Morris' procedures. However, unlike the other five, Narinesingh has reportedly not filed a police report.
Ms Narinesingh has since gone to several plastic surgeons to repair the damage to her face, but still has a long way to go before she can return to looking normal.
She is now undergoing therapeutic injections to soften the hard nodules that have formed in her face, said her current plastic surgeon Dr John Martin.