Imprisoned for deadly butt injection, fake NYC surgeon.

In 2017, Castillo illegally gave Lesbia Ayala silicone shots in her home in the Bronx, despite not having a medical license.

February 26th 2024.

Imprisoned for deadly butt injection, fake NYC surgeon.
Whalesca Castillo, a woman who pretended to be a surgeon and performed a deadly butt injection, was recently sentenced to four to eight years in prison by a judge at the Bronx County Supreme Court on February 22nd. The sentence came after Castillo pleaded guilty to one count of second-degree murder and another count of second-degree assault for two separate operations, one of which resulted in the death of a woman.

According to NBC 4, Castillo had no medical license, and the silicone shots she administered were illegal. Despite this, she injected Lesbia Ayala's buttocks and thighs with the substance in the victim's Bronx residence back in 2017. Tragically, the 48-year-old Philadelphian passed away after the procedure due to an embolism. Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark expressed her sorrow in a statement, stating that Castillo's actions were illegal and resulted in the death of the victim.

During the sentencing, Castillo, now 49 years old, expressed remorse for her actions, saying, "Ever since this happened, I have been regretting it so much. I am ashamed of myself and my family because that is not how they raised me." However, this was not Castillo's first time being reprimanded for performing illegal medical procedures. In 2012, she was caught running an unofficial cosmetic clinic and was sentenced to a year in prison and fined $100,000. Despite this, she continued to perform the injections, as reported by Law & Crime.

Ayala's family strongly believes that the sentence given to Castillo is too lenient for someone who has repeatedly broken the law. "Four years is not enough. Today, justice was not served for my sister and my family," Ayala's sister, Vanessa, said in a statement to reporters after the court ruling. "This is not the first time she has done this. This was her third offense, and the last one resulted in my sister's death. Four years is not justice."

With this conviction, prosecutors hope to put an end to Castillo's alleged decade-long illegal silicone injections. The hope is that this will serve as a warning to others who are considering performing similar procedures. This case also sheds light on the dangers of seeking illegal cosmetic procedures, as highlighted by the reality star who recently opened up about her experience with illegal butt injections. It is a reminder to prioritize safety and only seek medical procedures from licensed professionals.

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