Update: Oneal Ron Morris Charged; Could Face Up to 5 Years in Prison 

A Miami woman posing as a fake doctor was arrested for administering butt injections without a medical license in a series of illegal, and potentially lethal, cosmetic surgeries.

Oneal Ron Morris, a 30-year-old transgender woman from Miami Gardens, was arrested on Friday after an ongoing investigation by police and the Florida Department of Health.

According to the police report, one victim in May 2010 underwent a procedure with Morris, who injected cement, tire sealant Fix a Flat, mineral oil and super glue into the buttocks of her patient, sealing the incision with super glue.

From photos obtained from the Miami Gardens Police Department, it appears Morris underwent the cosmetic surgery herself.

At least one victim, who has not been named and was reportedly hospitalized, underwent the illegal cosmetic surgery and police believe there are more.

According to the Palm Beach Post, the investigation went on for a year as police searched for so-called doctors part of an underground network. The group of unlicensed people market pumping parties and give the injections illegally at home.

Butt injections for $700

According to the victim, she first met with Morris, whom she was introduced to by a friend of a friend, to talk over the procedure, agreeing to spend $700 for injections in May 2010.

The victim told Miami Gardens Detective Michael Dillon  that she met Morris at her home, where she laid on her stomach on a table as Morris inserted a rubber tube into her buttocks.

It hurt to the point that she was screaming,'' Dillon told the Palm Beach Post. Morris kept reassuring her that it was almost over.''

The victim stopped Morris before the injections were complete and the incision was sealed with Super Glue.

The next day, still experiencing great pain, the victim went to three hospitals, too ashamed to mention the illegal surgery she underwent with Morris. After revealing information about her butt injection, Tampa doctors said she was injected with life-threatening toxic chemicals, the Palm Beach Post reported. The victim suffered from infections at the site of the incision and pneumonia.

The victim is reportedly still undergoing health treatments more than a year after the incident.

The search for the fake doctor

After the woman came forward, the Florida Department of Health intervened in looking for Morris after the hospital suspected the victim underwent the procedure from an unlicensed doctor.

Miami Gardens police finally found Morris at an address in North Lauderdale.

Oneal Ron Morris , who faces criminal charges for practicing without a medical license and bodily harm, was being held on a $7,500 bond.

Miami Gardens Police Department urge that any other victims should come forward.