Butt-injection suspect who allegedly used “Fix-a-Flat” and Super Glue for his procedures was in a big confrontation at “Cristina” TV.
South Florida’s “Toxic Tush” case took another bizarre turn Wednesday night when the person accused of helping inject concoctions of “Fix-a-Flat” and Super Glue into women’s derrieres was attacked during a taping of a talk show by an audience member.
About 9:30 p.m., as Corey Eubanks appeared on the Spanish-language television show hosted by Cristina Saralegui in the program’s Doral studio, he was attacked by the mother of one of the victims, Eubank told The Miami Herald afterward.
Said Eubanks’ defense lawyer, Jim Lewis, “The victim’s family jumped out of the front row and the victim jumped out and started attacking my client.”
Police were called, and police were questioning at least one person, Lewis said.
Eubanks, 40, of Hollywood, is accused of being an assistant to Oneal Ron Morris, also known as “Duchess,” who police say duped women into paying for injections of a near-lethal chemical formula to enhance their butts, only to find themselves sick and disfigured.
Miami Gardens police said Morris performed the procedure, but that Eubank coordinated them and got a cut of the profits.
Eubanks and Morris have both pleaded not guilty and are out on bail while their cases move forward.
Wednesday night, Eubanks was on the stage, along with members of his legal team; on another part of the stage, he said, was Shaquanda Brown of North Miami, one of the women who said she was a victim.
Brown’s mother was in the front row. A table nearby had a syringe, for a demonstration later in the show.
Eubanks told The Miami Herald he went onto the show to clear his name.
Suddenly, he said, Brown’s mother ran to the stage, grabbed the syringe and lunged at him, scratching him across the forehead before security pulled her off.
“My face has a mark on it,” Eubanks said afterward, “and my head is killing me.”
It was unclear Wednesday night whether any charges would be filed as a result of the scuffle.