Oneal Ron Morris, aka the "toxic tush doctor", was sentenced to a decade behind bars for her deadly cement plastic surgery.
The transgender woman, who is not a licensed doctor, injected silicone, mineral oil, Fix-a-Flat tire sealant, cement, and Super Glue into several women's backsides, resulting in the death of one of her patients.
Oneal, 36, pleaded guilty to manslaughter after previously serving a year in prison on related charges.
That patient, 31-year-old Shatarka Nuby, died after receiving as many as 10 injections from Oneal from 2007 to 2010, according to the Sun Sentinel.
"I'm not a danger to society," Oneal, who has also undergone the illegal cosmetic procedure herself, previously told a judge. "This whole experience has taught me a lot about how people will try to destroy my life. I just want to put it behind me."
Another patient of Oneal's, Rajee Narinesingh, appeared on an episode of Botched last year and explained why her face, breasts, and buttocks were pumped with concrete.
"I'm a transgender person and usually when you're transitioning, hormones only do so much," she said on the E! series. "It was word of mouth in the community that there was someone in our community that did pumping…"
She continued, "When I had the first surgery done they sent samples to the lab and the results of that were that I had industrial strength silicone, which is really a kind of cement."
Since her corrective procedure, Rajee is enjoying her new face and released a music video for her song "Shake My Cement Tits," which she describes as "sassy and cute with a powerful message."