Many women believe that they must live up to the appearances of celebrities. Some will even go so far as to get black market or underground cosmetic surgery. The conditions are less than favorable and often times downright dangerous as some women have died or were severely maimed after getting these procedures done.
One woman from Georgia went to Mississippi to get butt0cks injections. The woman who performed the botched procedure, Tracey Lynn Garner, injected silicone into the woman’s butt0cks for $1,500. The Georgia woman died a few days later from blood clots in her lungs that were directly associated with the procedure. Garner is currently in prison awaiting trial for the charge of depraved-heart murder. She is also being charged with the murder of an Alabama woman who died after injections.
Apryl Michelle Brown, a 46 year old woman from California was tired of the teasing and name calling about her backside. She said that people called her “pancake butt”. She was at her beauty salon and a woman told her about the injections. She thought it sounded like a great idea, so she went and got the procedure done. She followed up a little later with even more shots. Soon the injection sites became extremely painful. When she went to the doctor she developed a staph infection that almost killed her. She lost both of her hands and her feet.
Doctors will not do buttocks injections as they are not safe, even when done by trained professionals. There are butt lifts and implants that are much safer. The average buttocks implant costs $4,670. There are many warnings out there not to have these black market procedures done, yet people still continue to do them in their quest for the ever-elusive perfect body. Maybe, they should realize that they are beautiful the way they are.