Bail set at $40,000-plus in ‘toxic tush’ manslaughter case

Jay Leiderman
By: Jay Leiderman
January 11 2015

File this one under truth is stranger than fiction. Apparently these “toxic tush” injections are common in the trans gender community. Who knew? It may shock people to learn that: “[The Accused] injected a concoction made up of silicone, mineral oil, Fix-a-Flat tire sealant, cement and super glue into the buttocks of paying customers who wanted a relatively inexpensive short-cut alternative to traditional plastic surgery.

Fix a flat? Tire sealant? CEMENT??? That does not sound like a well-balanced meal. I do not think that is doctor reccommended. I do not mean to make light – someone died here, but still, this is among the most bizarre stories that has crossed my wires in a good while. Fix a flat. Hmmmm.

On a more serious note, Ms. Morris is in the middle of transgendering herself, and obviously injects the substance in her own buttocks. A lot of it, given the pictures below.

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From the Florida Sun-Sentinel:

“Oneal Ron Morris, the woman facing manslaughter and related charges for allegedly pumping a toxic mixture of materials into the buttocks of women and men seeking shapelier figures, will likely stay in jail while she awaits trial.”

[Here is what she did to herself and others, per the article:]

Broward Circuit Judge Michael Ian Rothschild set bond for more than $40,000 on Friday, far more than Morris said she would be able to pay after sitting in jail for more than a year since she began serving a sentence for a related charge in Miami-Dade.

A woman accused of injecting toxic substances into women’s backsides as a figure-enhancing cosmetic procedure is facing serious prison time in Broward County. Oneal Ron Morris was sentenced to a year and a day for a similar charge in Miami-Dade, but in Broward, one of the patients she saw wound…
When she finished her Miami jail term in November, Morris, 34, was taken into custody in Broward, where she faces trial in seven separate cases.

The most serious among them is manslaughter in the death of Shatarka Nuby, a Tamarac woman who allegedly paid Morris $2,000 for as many as 10 injections between 2007 and 2010, according to police and court records. Nuby died March 17, 2012, while serving a federal prison sentence for identity theft.

According to investigators in Miami-Dade and Broward, Morris injected a concoction made up of silicone, mineral oil, Fix-a-Flat tire sealant, cement and super glue into the buttocks of paying customers who wanted a relatively inexpensive short-cut alternative to traditional plastic surgery.

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[Ventura County, California criminal defense lawyer and State Bar Certified Criminal Law Specialist Jay Leiderman provides defense of cases involving oppression leveled against activists and hacktivists. He does all types of cases involving the digital revolution, civil rights, political dissent, emerging tech issues in the courts, piracy, Search and seizure issues, freedom on the internet, fighting against unjust systems, governmental and prosecutorial overreach, medical marijuana, and overall injustice. Jay fights for the underdog. Jay is a lifetime member of the NORML Legal Committee. Jay is pro-privacy for hte individual and believes in transparency for hte state and large corporations. He is also a member of the National Association of Criminal Defense Lawyers (NACDL), The National Lawyer’s Guild (NLG), The California Public Defender’s Association (CPDA) and is also a lifetime member of California Attorneys for Criminal Justice (CACJ). He is admitted to practice in state and federal courts.]

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