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Rajee Narinesingh, Victim Of Fake Doctor, Gets Relief For Her ‘Cement Face’

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Rajee was recently treated by Dr Terry Dubrow and Dr Paul Nassif in a process that will be featured on the premiere episode of Botched

Rajee was recently treated by Dr Terry Dubrow and Dr Paul Nassif in a process that will be featured on the premiere episode of Botched

Rajee Narinesingh, one of the victims of ‘toxic tush doctor ‘Oneal Ron Morris, stepped out showing her new face over the weekend. Rajee was recently treated by Dr Terry Dubrow and Dr Paul Nassif in a process that will be featured on the premiere episode of Botched . This after a 2005 procedure in which her cheeks, chin and lips were injected with cement and tire sealant
A transgender woman who had her face horribly damaged after it was injected with cement and tire sealant stepped out on Sunday showing off a new look.
Rajee Narinesingh was one of the victims of ‘toxic tush’ doctor Oneal Ron Morris, who performed illegal plastic surgeries using substances such as Fix-a-Flat, Super Glue and mineral oil.
Rajee had Morris inject her cheeks, lips and chin back in 2005, and ended up disfigured after she did not have the money to go to a proper cosmetic surgeon.

Left with a ‘hard-as-rock’ face, Rajee began seeing Dr John Martin of Coral Gables Cosmetic Reconstructive Surgery in 2012, who gave her softening injections and laser therapy to treat the botched surgery.

Rajee lived in solitude and was afraid to go out after her face was left disfigured (above)

Rajee lived in solitude and was afraid to go out after her face was left disfigured (above)


In a 2014 interview she said that her new look was helping to boost her self-esteem, and that men were taking notice.
‘Recently this guy said that being with me is like being with a sexy dragon,’ she said at the time.
‘I didn’t know whether to slap him or kiss him.’
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.
Now, she has had her look improved once again by Dr Terry Dubrow and Dr Paul Nassif, a process that will be featured on the premiere episode of Botched.
Rajee, who was born in New York but grew up in Philadelphia, explained when she realized she was a woman in that 2014 interview.
That all changed in 2012 when she began receiving free treatments from Dr John Martin

That all changed in 2012 when she began receiving free treatments from Dr John Martin


She explained; ‘Up until I was in my mid-twenties I just thought I was a feminine gay male. I thought about all the things I did when I was growing up – like taking the basketball my dad had bought me and instead of playing basketball with it I was simulating pregnancy and actually pretending to give birth and be a mommy.
‘When I used to fantasize about being with guys I used to always picture myself with breasts and a vagina. I didn’t realize I was doing it, it was just so natural for me. One day I just connected all the dots and thought “you’re not gay, you’re transgender.”‘

Rajee, who had been too ’embarrassed and ashamed’ to go to the authorities, claims she paid just $100 per session to Morris for the life-changing injections back in 2005.
‘The last thing I wanted was to look like a man in a dress. I wanted to be a beautiful woman,’ she said of her decision to get the injections.
I definitely deserve more than just the 3 o’clock in the morning knock on the window.
‘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.’
And while she knew she was not seeing a licensed surgeon, she was still excited the day she went to see Morris.
‘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,’ she said.
‘There was a room that she had set up where she did a lot of medical procedures.’
The room looked sterile and clean she said, and sokn after she arrived they began the procedure.
‘I got injections in my face and my hips and my buttocks and initially I was fine,’ said Rajee.
‘But then the nightmare started.’
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She was left with a large boil on her face that kept growing bigger and bigger, and then ‘green pus exploded out of my face and onto the mirror. It was green and yellow and mixed with blood.’
She ended up spending years in solitude as a result of these botched procedures, until Dr Martin agreed to help her for free.
Because of him, she says she has gone from ‘victim to victorious.’
She is also ready to start dating again, saying; ‘I definitely deserve more than just the 3 o’clock in the morning knock on the window.’
As for Morris, she is now facing manslaughter charges after one of her patients died following a procedure.

Oneal Ron Morris (above, file photo) is accused of leaving women ill and disfigured after injecting them with a mixture of toxic substances, including super glue and Fix-A-Flat

Oneal Ron Morris (above, file photo) is accused of leaving women ill and disfigured after injecting them with a mixture of toxic substances, including super glue and Fix-A-Flat

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