Partially naked woman dumped outside Bronx hospital dies after botched butt injection

Partially naked woman dumped outside Bronx hospital dies after botched butt injection

Naked 53-year-old woman abandoned outside Bronx hospital dies ‘after botched ass injections’: Police looking for two women who dropped her off

  • Maxine Messam, 53, has died after being left unconscious and partially naked at Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx by two unidentified women.
  • Doctors found her with injection marks on her body and a foreign substance injected into her buttocks, police said.
  • Police were later called to the scene around 1:51 am shortly after Messam’s death.
  • Two unidentified women told hospital staff that they found Messam asking for help at Woodlawn Cemetery and took her to the medical center in their own car.
  • Police investigate the situation and are looking for two women
  • While almost every other cosmetic procedure saw a decline in visits during the pandemic, butt lifts increased by 22% from 2019 to 2020.
  • Expensive and dangerous cosmetic surgeries are becoming more of a problem as women look for cheaper and illegal options that result in deaths.

A Connecticut woman has died after being dumped outside a hospital in the Bronx, unconscious and partially naked, after she was reportedly given botched injections in her buttocks.

Maxine Messam of Bridgeport stayed at Jacoby Medical Center on Tuesday after two unidentified women drove her to the hospital in a BMW SUV and left.

The NYPD said the 53-year-old woman was left unconscious and naked from the waist down with puncture marks on her body and a foreign substance injected into her buttocks.

The two unidentified women who took Messam to the hospital told the medical staff they found her in distress asking for help at Woodlawn Cemetery and offered to help her, police said.

Authorities were later called to the scene around 1:51 am, shortly after Messam’s death.

“We don’t know what happened,” the victim’s shocked husband, Carlos Simpson, told the New York Daily News. “She was at work and left work. So we don’t know what happened from there.”

Police said Maxine Messam, 53, of Bridgeport, Connecticut, was left partially naked and unconscious with needle marks on her body and a foreign substance injected into her buttocks.  at the Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx on Tuesday

Maxine Messam, 53, of Bridgeport, Connecticut (pictured), was left partially naked and unconscious at Jacobi Medical Center in the Bronx on Tuesday when she was found with needle marks on her body and a foreign substance injected into her buttocks, police said .

The police are investigating a suspicious death that has shocked her family.

The police are investigating a suspicious death that has shocked her family.

Messam was dropped off at Jacobi Medical Center by two unidentified women who claimed to be Good Samaritans who found her in distress in Woodlawn Cemetery.

Messam was dropped off at Jacobi Medical Center by two unidentified women who claimed to be Good Samaritans who found her in distress in Woodlawn Cemetery.

An autopsy was ordered to determine the cause of her death, which is under investigation due to suspicious circumstances.

The detectives want to talk to the two women who gave Messam a ride to the hospital.

“At this point, everyone is really emotionally damaged,” said Messam’s son, who declined to be named. “I’d like to say something, but we don’t have all the details.”

Failed cosmetic surgeries have become a growing and dangerous problem as facial enhancement procedures become more popular.

A study published by the American Society of Plastic Surgeons found that there was a 252 percent increase in buttock augmentation surgeries between 2000 and 2015.

While almost every other cosmetic procedure before and during the Covid pandemic saw a decline in appointments, the buttock lift increased by 22 percent from 2019 to 2020.

The #bbl TikTok tag – Brazilian butt lift – has garnered 4.6 billion views, with users showing off their before and after photos and documenting their surgeries, which could cost upwards of $7,000.

An increased cultural obsession with these procedures and their results, combined with their high cost, has led some people to seek out illegal and unregulated surgeries, which have resulted in many deaths in recent years.

Dr. Henry Spinelli, professor of plastic surgery and neurosurgery at Weill Cornell and New York-Presbyterian Hospital, was approached by five people with significant complications from procedures performed by a non-medical worker.

“There is a risk of emboli entering large vessels and the formation of blood clots that spread to the lungs, etc., which is life threatening. I don’t take this lightly, and I’ll try to dissuade it as best I can,” Spinelli told CBS in New York.

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