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  • SIOMARA January 29, 2011 at 6:40 am

    WAS IT WRONG ? YES. BUT I SEE IT LIKE THIS IF A PERSON IS STUPID ENOUGH TO LAY IN YOUR HOUSE AND ALLOW YOU TO GIVE THEM INJECTIONS KNOWING THAT YOU HAVE NO DEGREES OR EXP THEN THEY ARE THE DUMB ONES. NO ONE WAS HELD DOWN AND FORCED TO DO THIS, THEY WANTED A QUICK FIX FOR CHEAP. AND IT SHOW HOW STUPID THESE WOMAN REALLY ARE BECAUSE IF YOUR GOING TO PAY $1,000 TO A NON-PROFESSIONAL THAN WHY NOT TAKE YOUR BIG BUCKS TO A REAL DOCTOR. THE ECONOMY IS REAL BAD AND EVERYONE GOT TO HAVE A SIDE JOB, SCAM, OR HUSTLE BUT IF YOU FALL INTO THE TRAP YOU DESERVE TO BE THERE. THE WOMEN WHO WENT TO THE POLICE GOT WHAT SHE WANTED, BECAUSE IT STATED SHE WENT 2 TIMES BEFORE GETTING SICK. SO THAT GOES TO SHOW YOU WHEN SOMETHING IS GOOD AND ILLEGAL KEEP GOING BUT ONCE ITS NOT GOING YOUR WAY TURN INTO A RAT. SMH I HOPE THEY LET HER OFF EASY. THE GOVERNMENT IS USING US AS GUINEA PIGS EVERYDAY WE JUST DON'T KNOW IT YET, WHO WILL BE OUR VOICE WHEN SH*T HITS THE FAN

    • admin January 30, 2011 at 4:09 am

      Hi Siomara, Look, I agree with you that you'd have to be throwing caution to the wind a bit (ok, a lot) to go get Botox or silicone injections or a quick liposuction at someone's house. Shame on anyone who doesn't do their research and find a board-certified doctor to perform cosmetic procedures–it may cost more, but it will most likely save you a bundle in money and problems down the road. Having said that, this woman should not have been scamming as a cosmetic procedure practitioner. And, whatever the penalty, she deserves to pay it.

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