Monday, September 17, 2012

Man killed by silicone penis injection

Accused ... Kasia Rivera had no medical licence


A WOMAN killed a man by injecting his penis with a fatal dose of liquid silicone, a court has heard.


Kasia Rivera, 35, is accused of performing the botched penis enlargement operation on 22-year-old Justin Street with no medical licence or training.

Father-of-two Justin went to Rivera's apartment on May 5 for the operation, a service which she advertised in fliers posted in local businesses, prosecuters say.

But Street died the following day from a silicone embolism, the US court in New Jersey heard.

Rivera, who faces up to ten years in prison if convicted, has pleaded not guilty to reckless manslaughter.

Investigators believe she may have conducted other similar unauthorized procedures out of her apartment in East Orange, near New York, but other clients are yet to come forward.

Anything injected into the penis goes directly into the blood stream and can result in a painful death.

Liquid silicone is sought on the black market by women seeking to enhance their figures, even though it is not approved 
for cosmetic injections.

Substances such as paraffin, petroleum jelly and hydrogel have also been used illegally to enlarge women’s breasts, hips and buttocks.


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