Quack US doctor on trial after Nigerian dies from buttocks enlargement

A Philadelphia woman known as ‘the Black Madam’ performed deadly buttocks-enhancing surgery on a Nigerian-born London dancer, Claudia Aderotimi, in an airport hotel room – then used Krazy Glue to close the wounds, a court was told.

A judge upheld third-degree murder charges during a preliminary hearing today against the quack USA doctor, Padge Gordon, who is also known as Padge Windslowe, 40.

The ruling comes after a friend of Aderotimi, an aspiring dancer, testified today that she and the 20-year-old victim came to Philadelphia last year and had their buttocks enlarged.

Pumping: Padge Victoria Windslowe, 42, also known as the 'Black Madam,' stood trial today on allegations she administered illegal buttock-injections using silicone from Thailand and Krazy Glue

Pumping: Padge Victoria Windslowe, 42, also known as the ‘Black Madam,’ stood trial today on allegations she administered illegal buttock-injections using silicone from Thailand and Krazy Glue

Aderotimi’s friend, Theresa Gyamfi , said the ‘Black Madam’ gave them silicone injections in their hotel room but then fled when Aderotimi went into respiratory distress.

A doctor testified that the industrial-grade, not medical grade, silicone went to Aderotimi’s blood, liver, lungs and brain.

She was rushed to a Delaware County hospital in an ambulance, but died within hours of a pulmonary embolism, according to the doctor.

Dead: Claudia Aderotimi believed a 'bigger booty' would help her to appear in more music videos, according to her distraught friends

Dead: Claudia Aderotimi believed a ‘bigger booty’ would help her to appear in more music videos, according to her distraught friends

The Philadelphia Inquirer said that prosecutors told the court she painted herself out to be a medical professional when she administered a series of injections to the two women.

This was the second time the woman went to Windslowe, paying $1,800 to $2,300 a time to have their butts enlarged.

But Windslowe’s defense attorney, Christopher Mannix, said he will challenge those medical conclusions at trial, along with allegations his client performed the injections.

He argued the silicone that killed Aderotimi had not been linked conclusively to the silicone found at the injection site, adding that the women knew Windslowe was not a medical professional, and that they were getting an illegal procedure.

Windslowe has been jailed since March when she was arrested on charges of administering a series of injections to an exotic dancer in Philadelphia. The dancer did not die but has since suffered from lingering health problems.

It is further alleged that Windslowe left the hotel room even after Miss Aderotimi complained of chest pains and breathing problems.

Police charged Windslowe in July after a year-long investigation.

Aderotimi’s friends said Aderotimi believed a ‘bigger booty’ would help her dream to appear in more music videos.

Talent scout Tee Ali, who met the Thames Valley University student when she filmed a video, told The Sun: “The problem was she didn’t have no butt, and she wanted a butt.

“She went to audition for one video shoot wearing fake booty pants and she got all the attention. But when they found out it was fake she didn’t get asked back.” They have also charged Windslowe with injuring an exotic dancer who spent two weeks in the hospital after she was injected with silicone and Krazy Glue in a similar procedure.

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Windslowe was arrested in February 2012 at what police called a ‘pumping party’ at a Philadelphia home. The arrest was for assault and related charges in a separate incident that authorities said left a client with severe lung problems from silicone that entered her bloodstream and was later found in her lungs.

Illegal injections using substances including liquid silicone, paraffin and petroleum jelly have been used to enlarge women’s breasts, hips and buttocks in other cases.

It was believed that Windslowe used silicon from Thailand mixed with Krazy Glue for the injections, charging $1,000 a time.

Authorities said they knew Windslowe had injected Aderotimi, but the Delaware County medical examiner’s office was awaiting test results from the Food and Drug Administration before determining the cause of death. Philadelphia police believe she has performed at least 14 cosmetic surgeries, moving locations to avoid detection.

The authorities said Windslowe would clean the site before injecting a substance she described as silicone into the client’s buttocks. When the procedure was done, she would cover the wound with glue.

Culled from Dailymail

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