NBC reports that Libby Adame and her daughter, Alicia Gomez, were charged with the murder of 26-year-old actress Karissa Rajpaul. The women … injected a liquefied mixture of silicone into her buttocks.
The “patient” filmed part of the procedure that took place in an ordinary home in California. Rajpaul filmed the procedure on her phone. She took a selfie showing her buttock augmentation surgery.
In the film, we see her lying on the table. The NBC news channel called the footage of the treatment “spine-chilling”. It shows that the false doctors do not follow any procedures.
The video of the procedure has been posted online and will now be part of the evidence. It was the second of the three treatments the actress intended to perform on her body in the “horror room”. The third was not filmed. She died shortly after him. According to DailyStar, Karissa Rajpaul wanted to become an adult film star. Plastic surgery was supposed to help her with this.
The resident attacked the heart, brain and kidneys.
Rajpaul made a video to advertise similar services. Detective Bob Dinlocker, who arrested the women performing the procedure, said the actress was injected with a “liquid silicone compound”. The mixture entered the bloodstream and likely caused a massive stroke. She attacked the heart, brain and kidneys.
Los Angeles police deputy Alan Hamilton said many women who also benefited from a similar service could be in danger now, and he told the station: this is a very dangerous, unlicensed medical practice that propagates through the media social media. We need to publicize the matter so that other women come to us because we need to find out if there are other victims who have been permanently disfigured or may die soon?
Detective Dinlocker told NBC that a mother-daughter pair of fake medics also performed treatments in patients’ homes.
How much does such a procedure cost?
Dr. AJ Khalil told NBC that injecting silicone into the buttocks is not only illegal but can lead to death. He added that there are implants that are inserted into the buttocks, but they are “permanent”. They have a closed form. A coating that prevents the injected substance from entering the bloodstream.
Detective Dinlocker claims that the detained women took up to 4.5 thousand. dollars for the procedure that would normally cost $ 10,000 to $ 15,000. dollars in certified medical practice.
Adame was released the day after her arrest on a $ 1 million bail, and a trial date is yet to be scheduled.
The second woman was also released on bail two days after her arrest and is due to appear in court for the first time on December 8.