Oneal Ron Morris, the fake doctor who injected cocktails of cement and tire sealant into the patients she duped, claims If anyone is the victim, it's me.

In her first interview since the arrest, the 30-year-old phony doctor from Miami showed no remorse and denied the allegations against her.

They didn't catch me doing anything so it's all just allegations, Morris told CBS' Entertainment Tonight.

I'm innocent, I really am innocent, or whatever.

Morris, a transgendered woman, was arrested for practicing medicine without a license earlier last month when one of the victims who saw Morris for a procedure faced horrific side effects. She thought she was getting silicone injected into her buttocks as part of a butt lift, but it was not silicone at all. But really, Morris had injected the woman with a mixture of cement, flat-tire sealant and mineral oil. The woman reportedly paid Morris $700 for the procedure.

It sounds bizarre but I feel like how could America even think that a person could put cement in somebody's bottom, she said.

Morris injects herself with the concoction and has suffered life-threatening injuries as well, revealed Jennifer Hirst, a spokesperson for the Florida Department of Health.

A second woman then came forward claiming Morris injected her leg and buttocks with the toxic substance, according to NBC Miami. She has also been subsequently ill.

Then, on Tuesday, a third victim came forward, Rajee Narinesingh, who claimed that Morris injected a mixture containing cement into her face. She revealed her lumpy, swollen cheeks to CBS News.

Rajee Narinesingh said she was referred to Morris through the transgender circuit, as Morris is a transgender woman herself, and decided to see her for a procedure, reports RadarOnline.com. Narinesingh said she did not have enough money to visit a licensed doctor and desperately wanted some alterations to her appearance, so she took a chance on the 30-year-old phony doctor.

It becomes so dire that you want to match your outside with your inside that you're willing to roll the dice and take your chances, Narinesingh, 48, told CBS Miami. As a transgender person, you're thinking, 'Oh, my God, I can start to look like I want to look like and I don't have to spend a lot of money.'

After the procedure, Narinesingh noticed lumpy cheeks, a deformed chin and a bloated upper lip, according to RadarOnline. Immediately, she knew something was wrong.

I have learned my lesson -- I could have died -- I know that now, Narinesingh said.

These allegations...I didn't do any of these things to these people. Just know these people who are lying are ruining my life, that's all I have to say, she claimed.

They keep on lying but the truth will prevail, and that's why we have courts and stuff like that.

If anyone is the victim, it's definitely me.

Authorities have claimed that Morris may be a member of an underground plastic surgery ring in South Florida. Last Thursday, a judge set a $15,000 bond for Morris. If she is convicted of practicing medicine or attempting to practice medicine without a license under Florida law, she could face up to five years in prison and be fined up to $5,000 per count.

Morris' accomplice is an individual by the name of Corey Eubank. Both are due back in court later this month, but they have both denied the charges against them.