A hearing date was set Friday for a woman accused of injecting people with Fix-a-Flat and cement as part of a black market buttock-enhancing business.
The next hearing for Oneal Morris, 30, will be on Jan. 19 at 8:30 a.m. She didn't appear in court on Friday. She faces charges stemming from arrests last month after two women came forward claiming Morris had injected them with a substance, causing them to become ill, police said.
Police have said more victims have since come forward and police are still investigating other possible cases.
Morris, who faces charges including practicing medicine without a license, has denied the accusations against her. Police say Morris is a man, but she appears to look like a woman and sports an apparently enhanced rear herself in arrest photos.
"They didn't catch me doing anything so it's just allegations," Morris had told Entertainment Tonight. "I'm innocent, I really am innocent or whatever."
Morris was first arrested on Nov. 18 on charges of practicing medicine without a license after an investigation by Miami Gardens Police and the Florida Department of Heath.
In that initial case, police say Morris injected a woman with a substance consisting of the tire sealant, cement, mineral oil and super glue.
The amateur incision was then sealed with super glue, police said. The victim was later hospitalized with a serious medical condition as a result of the injections.
"It sounds bizarre but I just don't think, how can America feel like a person could even put cement in somebody's bottom," Morris told ET.
On Monday, Morris and an alleged accomplice pleaded not guilty to charges.