Rajee Narinesingh, a transgender woman from Hollywood, Florida, had her face disfigured after a ‘self proclaimed’ doctor injected her face with cement and tire sealant at a pumping party in 2005.
Rajee also received black market treatment in her cheeks, chin, and lips.
The 48 year-old was a victim of ‘toxic tush’ where illegal plastic surgeries are performed using substances like Super Glue, mineral oil and Fix-a-Flat. The procedure was carried out by a quack doctor, Oneal Ron Morris.
In the season three of the E! reality show, Botched, Rajee begged Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif to remove the concrete nodules which have been under her skin for over a decade.
While contemplating Rajee’s case, Dr Dubrow explained in a clip of the episode, “The day we graduate medical school we say, “Doctor do no harm.” Rajee has never been offered a surgical solution because the risks outweigh the potential benefits”.
Rajee confessed that after the life-altering procedures, her face became as hard as rock and she had been to embarrassed to report the doctor to the police plus her condition had made her too ashamed step out of her home after being dubbed ‘concrete face’ by critics.
In 2015, she decided to go on Botched in a last attempt to get her face to look better but was turned down after consultation as Dr. Dubrow and Dr. Nassif said ‘felt it was ultimately safer to leave her face as it was’.
But Rajee wasn’t taking ‘No’ for an answer as she came back again this Tuesday, (May, 10), to get her face fixed once and for all by Team Botched.
Dr Terry Dubrow and Dr Paul Nassif, finally caved in and performed several operations on her face to remove the harmful material.
Dr. Dubrow said before the surgery, ‘I have to make sure my plan is a conservative one, it’s a smart one and it doesn’t take any careless risks with Rajee’s face,’
Their major worry was that when they “go into her face and try remove the cement, they will ‘activate the inflammatory process’ and turn her face into an ‘inflammatory mess'”.
After the surgery, Rajee said, ‘It’s a pretty major improvement. I look in the mirror and think, wow. I’m excited about the future and the wonderful possibilities it holds for me. The men situation is better. I’m getting approached a lot more, and they seem to be really attracted to me.’
Rajee wants to become a motivational speaker to create awareness to the dangers of unlicensed medical procedures.