MIAMI, FLA. -- A person already charged in connection with bungled silicone injections is facing new charges, according to law enforcement officials in south Florida.
Oneal Morris, who police say had posed as a doctor and given unorthodox silicone injections to patients, was charged this week with manslaughter.
Last year, Morris had been charged with practicing medicine without a license, with serious bodily injury.
In this week's case, law enforcement agents say a patient who had been given "enhancement surgery" by Morris died.
According to medical reports, the patient, Shatarka Nuby, was visited in her home by Morris and given multiple injections in areas such as the buttocks and breasts.
Morris reportedly used substances unknown, and sealed the injection sites with a combination of cotton wadding and super glue.
According to the local medical examiner, Nuby died in Tallahassee in March after suffering systemic migration of silicone on a massive scale.
Morris was arrested and charged Thursday.