MIAMI, Fla. - Oneal Ron Morris, the alleged Fix-a-Flat phony doctor accused of injecting cement and other toxins into her patients, is denying accusations that she committed the crime, reports the Miami Herald.
Morris, 30, denied the allegations during an interview on 'Entertainment Tonight' Wednesday.
Over the past few weeks, several people have come forward and accused Morris of injecting harmful substances into their bodies without a license. The accusers say they initially thought Morris was injecting them with silicone.
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