Deep Ellum Butt Injections Bring Pain to Customers, Warrants for Injectors

Warrants have been issued for two women running a Deep Ellum black-market butt-injection boutique. They are accused practicing medicine without a license.

Denise Ross, known as "Wee Wee," and Jimmy Joe Clarke, known as "Alicia," agreed to give a woman her first session of butt-enhancing injections for $520, Dallas Police say. The woman was told to come to 3815 East Side Ave. in Deep Ellum for the "procedure." When the woman arrived, Clarke told the woman to take off her pants and get on a table. The woman told police she tried to ask Clarke about the procedure, but was not given a "good explanation."

Clarke and Ross sanitized the woman's buttocks and started the injections. Ross, according to police, placed the left side syringes. Clarke placed the ones on the right side.

Throughout the procedure, the woman getting the injections told police, the syringes were not removed. Clarke and Ross just kept refilling them with an unknown liquid. The woman said that Ross told her the liquid was water-based saline, "HydroGel."

The procedure was extremely painful, the woman said. When it was over, Ross and Clarke closed the injection holes with super glue and cotton balls. The woman was given two tubes of super glue to take home in case any of the liquid began leaking out.

Just a week after the incidents alleged in the warrant, on February 15, Wykesha Reid was found dead in the makeshift clinic. Although her cause of death has not been determined, Clarke told police, according to WFAA, that she locked Reid in overnight because she wasn't feeling well. When Clarke returned the next day, Reid was dead, Clarke told police.

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