Fake Doctor Oneal Ron Morris
The alleged accomplice of transgender fake doctor, Oneal Ron Morris, was attacked on television on Wednesday, reportedly by a victim's mother. MPD

Oneal Ron Morris (30), the fake doctor from Miami who allegedly performed life threatening surgeries injecting her patients with cement, mineral oil and flat-tire sealant, was released from custody Monday night, after posting a $15000 bail.

Morris had been on the run for a year and was arrested Nov. 18. She was charged for practicing medicine without a license and so causing serious bodily injury to her victims.

Another victim of Morris has come forward, narrating the horrifying story of her condition after she was injected with cement and tyre sealant on her face.

Rajee Narinesingh, 48, from Miami, Florida, narrated how her face was deformed and ruined after the surgery.

Narinesingh admitted that she heard of Morris through word of mouth from the transgender community and turned to her for surgery because she did not have money to pay a licensed plastic surgeon. The surgery resulted in acutely lumpy cheeks along with a deformed chin and upper lip.

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. 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,' Narinesingh told television station CBS4.

Narinesingh has already been through many plastic surgeries and will have to go through many more to correct the damage caused to her face by Morris' surgery.

The surgeries performed by Morris came to light only when a victim, whose buttocks Morris filled with cement, mineral oil and flat-tire sealant went to doctors with abdominal pain.

Miami police said that that Morris injected a kind of tube, in several places around the victim's buttocks and pumped in a toxic concoction. When the pain became too intense for the victim, Morris, according to Bamford, apparently told her not to worry and it would all work out after being injected with the stuff.

Morris, after being released on bail, declined to comment as she left the Miami Dade County Jail. Her lawyer said Morris was innocent, a Daily Mail report said.