(MIAMI) -- Anger over an illegal butt-boosting operation in South Florida spilled over on the set of a popular talk show during a Wednesday night taping. An angry mother of one victim attacked a man accused of assisting in the buttock-enhancing procedures which allegedly employed Fix-A-Flat tire sealant to enhance a people's curves, according to a report in the Miami Herald.
The man, 40-year-old Corey Eubanks of Hollywood, Fla., allegedly worked with Oneal Ron Morris, who lives as a woman and is also known as the Duchess. Police arrested Morris in November of last year on charges that Morris posed as a doctor, injecting a combination of super glue, Fix-a-Flat and other substances into the buttocks of an unidentified Florida woman, sending her to the hospital. Shortly after the report surfaced, dozens more alleged victims came forward. Morris has pleaded not guilty.
Eubanks, who is charged with acting as Morris’ accomplice in the procedures and is out on bail, told the Herald that he appeared on the Doral-based Spanish-language television show hosted by Cristina Saralegui to clear his name. During the segment, a syringe that was to be used for demonstration purposes rested on a table on the set.
“I was sitting there talking to Cristina when the mother jumped out of the audience, came and grabbed the syringe and throwed it [sic], and it hit me in my forehead,” Eubanks told Miami CBS affiliate WFOR-TV. “I wanted to scream loud as I could.”
According to the Herald report, the woman is the mother of Shaquanda Brown of North Miami, who also appeared on the talk show as one of Morris’ alleged victims. An inquiry left with the City of Doral Police Department as to whether charges had been filed in the incident was not immediately returned.
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