Trans woman accused of injecting glue and Fix-A-Flat into women’s butts may remain jailed

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Ron Oneal Morris, a transgender woman in Florida, is facing multiple counts of practicing medicine without a license and one count of manslaughter for injecting women with “super glue,” Fix-a-Flat and rubber cement.

Morris has been under scrutiny since 2011, when she illegally injected a woman with her mixture for $700. The injections, which Morris has used on women for buttocks, hips, thighs, and waists, were sealed with super glue and cotton balls. She has just recently served a nearly one-year sentence for practicing medicine without a license.

One woman, a 31-year-old mother named Shartarka Nuby, died in 2012 after being injected by Morris from 2007 to 2011. Her death was caused by the “migration” of toxic silicate.

From the AP report in 2012

Shatarka Nuby, paid a woman known as “Dutchess” hundreds of dollars to come to her house and inject her buttocks, hips, thighs and breasts with an unknown substance. The Dutchess, whose real name is Oneal Morris, sometimes wore medical scrubs and a stethoscope. She allegedly sealed Nuby’s injections with super glue and cotton balls, according to Broward County Sheriff’s deputies.

Nuby told friends the injections became hard and hot and that her skin turned black. She wrote a letter to Department of Health investigators before her death in March in Tallahassee. An assistant medical examiner said she suffered “massive systemic silicone migration” from the injections, according to a release from the sheriff’s office.

Authorities said Nuby was one of several victims who sought out 32-year-old Morris for cosmetic procedures. Some of the victims developed complications and infections after the injections, which included bathroom caulk, cement, Super Glue, Fix-A-Flat and mineral oil into the bodies of the victims, deputies said.

Morris’ own rear has been artificially inflated to over twice her waist size.