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Former Dancing With the Stars contestant Presley, 63, was at the center of controversy when it was revealed her plastic surgeon, Dr. Daniel Serrano, was unlicensed. Presley was one of a handful of Serrano's patients who was injected with unsafe forms of silicone. The surgeon was jailed in 2006 for malpractice.
New pictures of an alleged victim of 'fake doctor' Oneal Ron Morris show the horrific damage to her face after it was injected with a toxic mixture of cement and tyre sealant.
Rajee Narinesingh, 48, from Miami, Florida, says her face was ruined by Morris, who had just been released from custody after she was accused of administering the potentially lethal shots to another victim.
Ms Narinesingh, who, like Morris, 30, was born a man, but lives as a woman,has been left with lumpen shapes in her cheeks, a misshapen chin and a ballooning upper lip after the back room beauty treatment.
Destroyed: Rajee Narinesingh, 48, from Miami, Florida, pictured in 2005 (left), before she says she succumbed to toxic facial fillers made from cement and tyre sealant from 'fake doctor' Oneal Ron Morris
She admitted that she initially turned to Morris because she did not have the money to pay a licensed plastic surgeon. She says she learned of him by word-of-mouth in the transsexual community.
She told Miami television station CBS4: 'It becomes so dire that you want to match your outside with your inside that you're willing to roll the dice and take your chances.'
Back room beauty treatment: Ms Narinesingh's face has been left misshapen by the illegal treatment
'As a transgender person, you're thinking, "Oh, my God, I can start to look like I want to look like and I don't have to spend a lot of money."'
Ms Narinesingh has since had several plastic surgery procedures to repair the damage, and faces more still. 'I had to end up going to surgery, to get me even to this point,' she revealed.
Damage: Ms Narinesingh suffered acutely lumpy cheeks, misshapen chin and a ballooning upper lip
Desperate: Ms Narinesingh admitted that she initially turned to Morris because she did not have the money to pay a licensed plastic surgeon, and heard her name via word-of-mouth
Morris, who was released from custody late last night after posting $15,000 bail, declined to comment as she left the Miami Dade County Jail.
She said only that she has a lawyer to answer reporters' questions, and the lawyer claims she is innocent.
She was arrested earlier this month for practising medicine without a licence and causing serious bodily injury after a patient complained that she injected cement and a chemical compound called Fix-a-Flat, which is used to mend car tyres, into her backside.
Allegations: Oneal Ron Morris, who was released from custody late last night after posting $15,000 bail, declined to comment as she left the Miami Dade County Jail
'Fake doctor': Prosecutors say Morris administered the potentially lethal shots to three alleged victims
The treatment left the victim with life threatening injuries, needing several surgeries and round-the-clock care.
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Experts have said undergoing unlicensed medical procedures is 'like playing Russian roulette.'
Dr John Martin, who is now treating Ms Narinesingh, says medical silicone, used to enhance buttocks, cheeks, chins and the like is very expensive and must be administered in small quantities.
Amateurs will sometimes use industrial silicone, he said, that can be toxic and, when used in large quantities, can settle in areas creating grotesque results.
He said that many would be shocked at the type of people who sign up for such procedures. 'A surprising number of educated people who should know better - nurses, etc - use back room treatments,' he revealed.
Since Morris's alleged practices came to light, prosecutors say several victims have come forward.
A court was told that Morris used cement, mineral oil and Fix-a-Flat, in her backroom beauty treatments.
It heard that she then used superglue to patch up entry wounds in the skin. Her arrest photographs show an apparently enhanced rear. Detectives say she performed the potentially lethal treatment on herself.
Morris is now free on bond but the probe by the Miami Gardens Police and health officials is continuing.
Dr Dr John Martin, who is now treating Ms Narinesingh, said he has been giving her therapeutic injections that he hopes will eventually soften the hard nodules that formed in her face and return her to a more normal appearance.
'There is not an easy solution to this nightmare,' he said.
Ms Narinesingh says she is grateful to Dr Martin for trying to help give her a face back.