Broward Sheriff's Office
Oneal Morris is facing charges of practicing medicine without a license after three Broward women came forward to say they were injected in their buttocks with a potentially dangerous substance that included Fix-a-Flat, cement, super glue, mineral oil and bathroom caulk.
The main South Florida suspect charged with injecting people with Fix-a-Flat in a black market buttock-enhancing business pleaded not guilty in Broward County Thursday, the Sun Sentinel reported.
Oneal Morris, 31, sent a written plea of not guilty to a Broward judge for the three counts of practicing medicine without a license lodged against her, the newspaper reported.
Morris was arrested in March after three Broward women said they received butt enhancement injections from her with substances such as Fix-a-Flat, super glue and bathroom caulk, according to the Broward Sheriff’s Office. Her attorney said at the time that she "maintains her innocence, and is looking forward to her day in court."
Morris and an alleged accomplice, Corey Eubank, were arrested in November 2011 in Miami-Dade on similar charges. They have both denied the allegations.
Morris is due to be arraigned in Broward on April 5, according to court records.