Вт. Апр 23rd, 2024

Rajee, 47, fell victim to ‘toxic tush’ doctor Oneal Ron Morris, who is now facing manslaughter charges after one of her customers died

A woman whose face and body were ruined by a bogus plastic surgeon has stepped out to show off her glamorous new look.

Rajee Narinesingh, 47, had concrete-like filler and tyre sealant pumped into her cheeks and lips, leaving her with a face “as hard as rock”.

She also had surgery on her breasts and buttocks back in 2005, which has had to be repaired.

Oneal Ron Morris, 33, who carried out the original operation, was jailed last year after admitting one count of practicing healthcare without a licence.

Morris was dubbed the ‘toxic tush’ doctor for performing illegal surgery using super glue and mineral oil.

Rajee Narinesingh

‘Toxic tush’ victim Rajee Narinesingh is preparing for her big debut on hit E! reality TV show Botched (Image: Splash)

Now Morris is facing manslaughter charges after one of her patients died following a procedure.

But Rajee, who was born a man, has put the horrific experience behind her after having her look improved once again by Dr Terry Dubrow and Dr Paul Nassif, who feature on a new E! reality TV show called Botched.

Talking about having her face injected with cement and tire sealant, Rajee said: “For years I was too ashamed and embarrassed to face dating.

“Now I’m feeling more confident and with a good bit of makeup I can achieve somewhat of an exotic look.

“Recently this guy said that being with me is like being with a sexy dragon. I didn’t know whether to slap him or kiss him.”

Last year Rajee tried to improve her look with monthly softening injections and laser therapy by Dr John Martin of Coral Gables Cosmetic Reconstructive Surgery, Miami.

'toxic tush' victim Rajee Narinesingh as she prepares for her big debut on hit E! reality TV show Botched

Rajee had concrete-like filler pumped into her cheeks and lips, leaving her with a face “as hard as rock”. (Image: Splash)

This helped reduce the size of the nodules on her face after the botched surgery left her with a large boil that was filled with green pus and blood.

She has now grown in confidence and is happy being snapped in short dresses and going on dates.

She said: “A lot of the men I date are straight and so they like to do a lot of dating under the radar.

“That can be really hard to deal with. But now my confidence is up I feel like I could meet a boyfriend or a husband who loves me for who I am.

“I definitely deserve more than just the 3am knock on the window.”

Rajee, who had been too “embarrassed and ashamed” to go to the authorities, says she paid just £60-a-session to Morris for the life-changing injections in 2005.

'toxic tush' victim Rajee Narinesingh as she prepares for her big debut on hit E! reality TV show Botched

Rajee is confident enough to start dating again (Image: Splash)

She said: “The last thing I wanted was to look like a man in a dress. I wanted to be a beautiful woman.

“If you really want to live your authentic self as a woman you need to do some sort of face and body reconstruction.

“So I made the choice to get injections done. In our community it is called ‘pumping’.

“When it finally came to the day, I was more excited than nervous because I was finally going to be the woman I had always wanted to be.

“There was a room that she had set up where she did a lot of medical procedures.

Collect picture of Rajee Narinesingh following black-market injections in Miami, Florida.

Rajee Narinesingh following the black-market injections in Miami, Florida (Image: Ruaridh Connellan / Barcroft Media)

“It appeared to be pretty sterile. It was like an extra bedroom that she had turned into a clinical area and I would go in and pay the money.

“I got injections in my face and my hips and my buttocks and initially I was fine. But then the nightmare started.

“It first felt like a huge boil on the side of my face and then it kept getting bigger and bigger as the day went along.

“It got really painful and then suddenly green pus exploded out of my face and onto the mirror. It was green and yellow and mixed with blood. It was terrible.”

Collect picture of Rajee Narinesingh's face following black-market injections in Miami, Florida.

The botched surgery left Rajee with a large boil on her face that was filled with green pus and blood (Image: Ruaridh Connellan / Barcroft Media)

She added: “Sometimes I wake up in bed in the middle of the night and I ask myself: ‘What have you done?’

“My message to anyone that would consider doing what I did is don’t do it. Do not do it. You could die or you could end up like me: disfigured.”

Rajee, who spent a total of $3,000 (£2,030) over 10 months on the injections, spent years in solitude suffering from post-traumatic stress, depression and agoraphobia, but is now bouncing back thanks to the corrective surgery.

“I’ve gone from being victim to victorious,” she said.

Source: https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/real-life-stories/botched-surgery-victim-rajee-narinesingh-5523691