Who would travel across the Atlantic Ocean to have silicon injected into their buttocks that would be sealed with Krazy Glue?
As it turns out, two British woman, one of whom said they did it because they wanted “sexier bums.”
A slither of light was cast on the shadowy world Claudia Aderotimi and Theresa Gymfi wandered into shortly after they got off of a flight from Britain in 2011 to find a Philadelphia woman known as “The Black Madam.”
That woman, Padge-Victoria Windslowe, a transgender who boasted of her prowess in reshaping buttocks on the black market, was found guilty of murder this week in a Philadelphia courtroom. It was for the death of Anderotimi, whom she left dying in a Hampton Inn hotel room near Philadelphia International Airport in 2011.
“The women who were victims in this case came from varied walks of life. They thought that by having these enhancements it would make them more attractive and shapelier,” said assistant district attorney Carlos Vega, who successfully prosecuted the case along with ADA Bridgit Kirn.