NJ Woman Charged With Manslaughter in Botched Buttock Injection Death

A New Jersey woman was charged with manslaughter and felony assault following the mysterious death of a woman in a Meatpacking District hotel last summer, police said.

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A New Jersey woman was charged with manslaughter and felony assault following the mysterious death of a woman in a Meatpacking District hotel last summer, police said.

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Tamira Mobley, a registered beautician, is being held responsible for the death of 22-year-old Tamara Blaine after administering silicone injections.

Puncture wounds were spotted on the victim’s buttocks, and the official cause of death was “a systemic silicone emboly due to a cosmetic silicone injection of the buttocks,” officials said.

On the day of the incident, Ms. Mobley paid for a room at the Liberty Inn hotel to administer the injections.  Two hours later, she called the front desk and said Ms. Blaine was having a seizure.

Ms. Mobley remained at the scene until emergency services arrived but fled before the police did.

Ms. Baline died shortly after St. Luke’s Hospital.

NJ Woman Charged With Manslaughter in Botched Buttock Injection Death