The person who allegedly carried out buttocks enhancements by injecting South Florida “patients” with Fix-a-Flat, cement and other toxic substances is talking — and she has a different story from that of her accusers.
Oneal Ron Morris, 30, charged in recent weeks with practicing healthcare without a license causing serious bodily injury, denied the allegations Wednesday in an interview on Entertainment Tonight.
Several accusers have come forward saying they paid Morris hundreds of dollars to enhance their bodies with what they thought was silicone. But police say the injections landed them in the emergency room.
“This is my first and last interview,” Morris told the program.
“They didn’t catch me doing anything. So they are just allegations. So I’m innocent. I really am innocent or whatever.”
Morris was born a man, but lives as a woman. Miami Gardens police say she also dramatically enhanced her own body.
“It sounds bizarre, but how could America feel like a person would even put cement in somebody’s bottom? You know, it’s just these allegations,” Morris said. “I didn’t do any of these things to these people. Just know these people who are lying are ruining my life. That’s all I have to say.”
Morris, of Miami Gardens, was first arrested Nov. 18, bonded out, and then arrested again Nov. 23 when another victim came forward. An alleged accomplice, Corey Alexander Eubank, 40, of Hollywood, also was arrested Nov. 23. Both were free on bail Wednesday.
Raji Narinesingh says Morris’ injections damaged her face, but says she was too afraid to go to police. She, too, was born a man but lives as a woman.
“It becomes so dire for your to want to match your outside with your inside that you’re willing to roll the dice and take chances,” said Narinesingh.
Morris countered on Entertainment Tonight: “They keep on lying, but you know the truth will prevail, and you know that’s why we have courts and stuff like that.”
Morris denied that she is a doctor imposter.
“If anybody’s the victim, it’s definitely me,” she said.
Police suspect that Morris is part of a network of scam artists who prey on people who want to change their appearance but cannot afford to pay for traditional cosmetic surgery.
Investigators said they believe other victims of Morris may be afraid to come forward. They urged any potential victims, or anyone with more information about Morris, to call Miami Gardens police at 305-474-1420.
Source: Miami Herald