- In California, two Hispanic women, mother and daughter, are charged with murder after injecting liquefied silicone into the buttocks of a young woman
- Karissa Rajpaul underwent several interventions, not counting that the illegal procedure would end her life
- Both women face charges for the murder of Karissa Rajpaul, although it is believed that there may be other victims
FALSE PROMISES OF BEAUTY. In California, two Hispanic women, mother and daughter, are accused of murder after injecting liquefied silicone into the buttocks of a young aspiring porn actress.
Libby Adame and her daughter, Alicia Gomez, promised Karissa Rajpaul a successful butt lift. The 26-year-old South African believed in her promises and underwent several interventions, not counting that the illegal procedure would end her life.
Hispanics accused of murder after injecting silicone into the buttocks of a young woman
Rajpaul came to Los Angeles, California, to pursue a career in the adult film industry. However, he met ‘La Tía’, a woman who promised to beautify her buttocks in several sessions.
In September 2020, the young actress recorded a video and posted it on her social networks. In the images, ‘La Tía’ could be seen injecting a substance into her buttocks, while she waited lying on a stretcher, said the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD).
Three procedures to lift buttocks ended his life
The South African underwent three procedures in which they allegedly injected a mixture of liquefied silicone with a material used to caulk windows. Each injection was given one month apart. The third was the last, because shortly after the young woman died.
The video was the strongest clue that led officers to the prime suspect in Rajpaul’s death. “This is how I would announce it (with the video), everyone knows her as La Tia,” said Bob Dinlocker, a homicide detective for the LAPD Valley Bureau.
They went after ‘La Tía’
The detectives went after those responsible and that is how Libby Adame ‘La Tía’ and her daughter, Alicia Gómez, ended up arrested. Both women face charges for the murder of Karissa Rajpaul, although it is believed that there may be other victims.
The Los Angeles Police Department thinks this would be just one of multiple butt lift cases at unauthorized clinics for this procedure in Los Angeles County, it reported. NBC.
A lethal injection
Detective Dinlocker explained that “The Internet is full of stories where they cut medical grade silicon with the material that would caulk their windows” and that this “hits the bloodstream, attacks the heart, brain and kidneys.” .
Alan Hamilton, deputy director of the LAPD, added that “these are very dangerous and unlicensed medical practices that spread through social networks,” but also has the theory that victims of these types of illegal procedures are afraid to report.
$ 4,000 for an illegal butt lift
The detective indicated that the defendants took their materials for the procedure to the clients’ homes without considering what to do if an emergency occurred. In fact, the practice is high risk for the patient, because if something were to happen the women would only withdraw leaving the person to their own devices.
Dinlocker told NBC that women charged for so-called “butt lifts in the alley.” between $ 3,500 and $ 4,500, when the procedure performed by a certified specialist would cost between $ 10,000 and $ 15,000.
Illegal and deadly
“Cheaper doesn’t mean it’s safe … It’s not worth your life,” says Dr. AJ Khalil, a board-certified plastic surgeon from Beverly Hills, who adds that injecting liquefied silicone into the buttocks as well as being illegal is a deadly practice.
Khalil explains that motor oil is often added to these blends, which is illegal. Unfortunately he acknowledges: “I have seen patients like this”, which confirms the suspicions of the local police.
Tell your story
Deputy Director Hamilton invited the victims to report what happened. “We need these victims to come forward because we have to find out if there are other victims who are permanently disfigured or who have died as a result of some of these procedures and who have been victims of a criminal act,” he said.
If you have been a victim of these types of procedures, you can contact the LAPD Valley Bureau’s Homicide Division at 818-374-9550 or by sending an anonymous message through the website www.lapdonline.org. You can also call 1-877-LAPD (5273) -247. Hispanics accused of murder after injecting silicone into the buttocks of a young woman.