MIAMI (AP) — Authorities say a second person has been charged in the case of a fake South Florida doctor who promised buttocks enhancement by pumping patients’ behinds with a concoction of cement, superglue and flat-tire sealant.
Miami Gardens police say 40-year-old Corey Alexander Eubank was arrested Wednesday and charged with two counts of unlicensed practice of a healthcare professional and two counts of accessory after the fact.
Police say Eubank assisted 30-year-old Oneal Ron Morris (pictured), who is a man that lives as a woman, was arrested last week following a complaint by a Miami Gardens woman. Morris was charged with unlicensed practice of a healthcare professional.
The Miami Herald reports that Morris was initially released on bail but then rearrested on an additional charge Wednesday after a second victim came forward.
Morris and Eubank remained in jail Thursday.