Transgender woman charged with murder for illegal rear end injections

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Padge Victoria Windslowe, a transgender Goth singer, is being charged with murdering a stripper via butt-injections.

In February 2011, the male-born singer hosted a butt-injection party in Philadelphia in which she pumped silicone into 20-year-old Claudia Seye Aderotimi’s buttocks for free, according to the Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office. She sealed the exotic dancer’s wounds with super glue and cotton bαlls.

Reportedly, when Aderotimi complained of feeling chest pains after the injection, Windslowe told her to drink lots of fluids and call an ambulance if necessary. Aderotimi died shortly after from pulmonary embolism which, according to law-enforcement officials, was caused by Windslowe’s silicone.

The singer, also known as Black Madam, was charged in July 2012 with third-degree murder for Aderotimi’s death. Windslowe has now offered to plead guilty to involuntary manslaughter and serve 2.5 to five years in prison. Still, Windslowe has tried to convince the public that there was no malice behind her actions.

“The Philadelphia District Attorney’s Office would like to promote [the] thought that it was greed, recklessness and malice that fueled my conduct,” the 42-year-old wrote in a letter to the Daily Mail.

“However, I swear that my aim was noble in nature. I simply really just loved the feeling of . . . helping others feel more beautiful, wonderful and magical about themselves – just as someone once helped me.”

A statement from the DA’s Office reflects that they do, indeed, believe that Windslowe’s motivation was greed.

“Her conduct cost one young woman her life and placed countless others in danger,” said D.A. Seth Williams. “The defendant put her own greed above the public’s health and safety, and instead of being remorseful she bragged about prospective clients.”

At the time of Windslowe’s arrest, she had already been charged four months earlier with aggravated assault for causing injury to a 23-year-old woman with her silicone injections.

“Perhaps someday there will be no need for such a barbaric, dangerous and deadly practice as the free deposit of silicone into the human body for female enhancement,” wrote Windslowe.

Windslowe’s trial is scheduled for February 2015.