A 45-year-old Kimberly Smedley is accused of injecting women’s buttocks illegally with non-approved FDA commercial grade silicone. Smedley of Atlanta pleaded guilty in U.S District Court in Baltimore to charges that could send her to jail for 5 years.
Smedley has been administering the illegal injections in different cities like New York, Washington D.C and Baltimore. Her clients paid her an amount ranging from $500 and $1,600 cash for unsafe butt boosters. The report said that the liquid used by Smedley was made of silicone, which commonly found in paint or furnish polish.
Officials found that Smedley is not a licensed practitioner neither a doctor and the materials she used for the injections do not meet safety and approval of FDA.
In U.S. District Court in Baltimore, she pleaded guilty for conspiracy of introducing and delivering illegally the adulterated and mistrusted brands of devices in injecting buttocks of women for butt boosters. With these, she is facing a maximum of 5 years in jail with a fine of $250,000.
Based on the documents reported to the court, one of Smedley’s clients, an exotic dancer in Baltimore, had experienced shortness of breathing right when she received the injections from Smedley. The dancer was found with fluids in her lungs, diagnosed andtreated with pneumonia.
In a hotel in Washington D.C. police arrested Smedley and caught her with the possession of three 18 gauge medical needles.
By injecting customers with commercial silicone, Smedley causes danger to the lives of her customers. At least one of her customers suffer from lung damage which caused by unapproved substance she uses. No one should practice any medical procedures in a hotel room, according to a statement made by U.S. Attorney Rod J. Rosenstein to a report.
There are some butt-booster horror stories hit the news headlines in the country. Among of them is Smedley’s illegal medical practice.
In Florida, a 30-year-old man named Oneal Ron Morris was arrested in November after allegedly practicing buttock booster injections in at least a single person with a combination of glue, cement and tire sealant.
Just a year ago in February, Claudia Aderotimi, a british tourist passed away after receiving injection of cosmetic buttocks at a hotel in Southwest Philadelphia.
More than 140 percent of women between 2000 and 2010 underwent legal buttocks procedures according to the American Society of Plastic Surgeons.
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