Sgt. William Bamford of the Miami Gardens Police Department in Florida said that the procedure took place in May 2010, after the as-yet-unidentified victim met with Morris to discuss the surgical enhancement.
“They agreed on the price of $700 for the procedure, which was intended for cosmetic purposes,” Bamford said.
What the woman got for her money was a series of injections containing a bizarre concoction of cement, super glue, mineral oil and Fix-A-Flat tire inflator and sealant, police said. The incisions were sealed with Super Glue.
Bamford said the victim was reluctant to come forward. She quickly went to two South Florida hospitals due to severe abdominal pain and infected sores on her buttocks accompanied by flu-like symptoms. But she left each time, too embarrassed to tell doctors what she’d done.
WTSP-TV Tampa, which broke the story nationally, reported:
As a result of the compound, Morris’ victim was hospitalized with what police called a “serious medical condition as a result of the injections.”
Miami Gardens Police said Morris also performed a similar procedure on herself.
Police said Morris may have other victims that may be afraid to come forward. They urged any potential victims, or anyone with more information on Morris, to call Miami Gardens Police at 305-474-1420.