Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someone
Share on FacebookTweet about this on TwitterEmail this to someone
Photo courtesy of Christopher Bride/Property Shark
Photo courtesy of Christopher Bride/Property Shark
The Far Rockaway house where a woman allegedly rented a basement apartment to perform illegal cosmetic procedures.

The death of a 34-year-old Maryland woman, who earlier this year died after a butt injection procedure went wrong in Far Rockaway, has been ruled a homicide, according to the city chief medical examiner.

Kelly Mayhew was found unconscious and unresponsive on May 30 in the basement of a residence located on Dickens Street, police said. She was taken to a local hospital and pronounced dead.

According to Julie Bolcer, director of public affairs for the office of the chief medical examiner, the cause of death was systemic silicone emboli due to cosmetic silicone injections of the buttocks.

Mayhew and her mother reportedly went to the home’s basement apartment to receive butt injections from an unlicensed technician. Mayhew then had a bad reaction and became unconscious.

As the victim’s mother called 911, the technician, who allegedly rented the site and had women coming day and night, reportedly ran off in a gray SUV and is still at large.

According to published reports, the technician is thought to currently be overseas.

 

Comments:

Join The Discussion



Related Stories
Three Queens men arrested for series of armed robberies on Long Island: police
Three Queens men arrested for series of armed robberies on Long Island: police
Former pro boxer gets 25 years in prison for brutally murdering his former girlfriend in Jamaica
Former pro boxer gets 25 years in prison for brutally murdering his former girlfriend in Jamaica
Popular Stories
Photo via Facebook/HarleenKaurGrewal
25-year-old Astoria woman burned to death in flaming car after crash in Brooklyn
Photos courtesy of NYPD
UPDATE: Two missing Bayside girls have returned home safely, police say
Photo courtesy of F&T Group and SCG America
Cinema multiplex with high-tech sensory '4-D' theater coming to Flushing in 2018


Skip to toolbar