The transgender woman accused of running a black market butt enhancement business that used Fix-A-Flat and cement for injections claims she's innocent and says her alleged victims are lying, according to a report by NBCMiami.com.
Oneal Ron Morris, 30, denied the toxic tush allegations in an interview with Entertainment Tonight, which aired late Wednesday.
"They didn't catch me doing anything so it's just allegations," Morris said. "I'm innocent, I really am innocent or whatever."
A Florida woman is facing charges of practicing medicine without a license after cops say she injected a woman's buttocks with cement, "Fix-a-Flat" and other substances during an illegal cosmetic procedure. WTVJ-TV's Donna Rapado reports.
Morris was arrested Nov. 18 on charges of practicing medicine without a license after an investigation by Miami Gardens Police and the Florida Department of Health.
Police say Morris, whose own rear end appeared to have been artificially enlarged, injected one woman in her buttocks with a substance consisting of the tire sealant, cement, mineral oil and super glue.
Since her arrest, more victims have come forward.
Cosmetic surgeon Dr. Anthony Youn speculated on the msnbc.com Vitals blog that Morris using polypropylene string implants for her own treatment.