“Michelangelo of buttocks injections” may get to show off her own curves to the jury in her murder trial

February 21, 2015 4:43 pm

A hip-hop artist who has testified clients of her side gig call her
the “Michelangelo of buttocks injections” may get to show off her own
curves to the jury in her murder trial.
A defence lawyer for Padge Victoria Windslowe wants jurors to see the body sculpting the buxom defendant has done on herself.

Padge Victoria Windslowe. Photo / Facebook
It’s
not clear whether the judge will allow the jury to view her work
firsthand. Windslowe, 45, is charged with third-degree murder in the
2011 death of a 20-year-old client from London.
An emergency room
doctor told jurors that Claudia Aderotimi died after the silicone
injected into her buttocks at an airport hotel spread hours later to her
blood and lungs.
The trial is expected to last two to three weeks.
Windslowe,
known to her clients only as “Lillian”, allegedly fled after Aderotimi
started having trouble breathing during “a touch-up” to celebrate her
birthday.

Unbeknownst to Nigerian Aderotimi, border patrol agents
were on alert because she and her friends had made two quick trips to
the US within a short time. They suspected drugs, not stealth plastic
surgery.
As it happened, Immigration and Customs Enforcement
agents stopped at the Hampton Inn just before and after Aderotimi went
to the hospital in an ambulance. But they did take note of the
well-dressed woman in a white Land Rover who worked as Windslowe’s
intermediary, referring Aderotimi and others to Windslowe through
websites.
They got leads that the faux surgeon used the nickname
“Black Madam” in her Gothic YouTube videos but it would be more than a
year before they could find her to make an arrest.
Windslowe
seems eager to testify and tell the jury about her satisfied customers
around the globe. “Everyone was calling me ‘the Michelangelo of buttocks
injections”,’ Windslowe said.

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