Padge Victoria Windslowe, a transgendered woman known by the name ‘Black Madame,’ posed for the mugshot above after she/he was charged in the death of a woman who sought his/her services for butt enhancement.
Windslowe, faces up to 40 years in prison for the unfortunate death, recently took the stand in her own defense and spilled tea about all the celebs she’s injected over the years.
Windslowe, 43, is charged with third-degree murder in the death of Claudia Aderotimi, a 20-year-old dancer who flew from London to Philadelphia for Windslowe to do buttocks-enhancement injections in an airport hotel room.
The autopsy showed that the silicone injected in Aderotimi’s buttocks moved through her bloodstream and lodged in her lungs, brain, and liver with fatal results.
According to Philly.com, clients of the ‘Black Madame’ testified that she often boasted of doing buttocks-enhancement injections on celebrities, but told them privacy rules would not let her name names.
But last Friday all those privacy rules flew out the window during Windslowe’s second day testifying in her defense at her Philadelphia murder trial in the 2011 death of a British dancer she gave silicone injections, as she stated to name names.
Model, hip-hop artist, and Philadelphia native Amber Rose came for silicone injections, Windslowe testified, and left “a walking billboard” for the quality of her work.
Windslowe said Rose told her friends and soon a stream of celebrities or their significant others were setting up appointments.
The singer Chris Brown’s girlfriend got injections, and the rapper and American Idol judge Nicki Minaj was supposed to but never made it, she added
Details were sketchy, such as the name of Brown’s girlfriend, and when and where Windslowe performed the procedures.
It was shortly before the Feb. 8, 2011, death of dancer Claudia Aderotimi, Windslowe testified, that she injected Rose at a Doubletree Hotel in Philadelphia. West dropped her off for one appointment, she said.
Vega asked Windslowe why a woman dating a multimillionaire would choose a person who did buttocks injections in hotel rooms, rather than a famous plastic surgeon.
Windslowe, who has said she was called the “Michelangelo of buttocks injections,” replied: “I’m the best.”
Rose’s representatives could not be reached for comment.
Windslowe is also charged with aggravated assault for injecting 23-year-old stripper Sherkeeia King in February 2012 at a “pumping party” in East Germantown, PA.
King was hospitalized, vomiting blood and gasping for air; doctors found silicone in her heart and lungs.
Medical experts have testified that liquid silicone is no longer injected in cosmetic procedures because of its tendency to migrate through the body.
Windslowe acknowledged that she had no formal medical training but said she was taught to do buttocks injections by a nurse in Manhattan who gave her silicone injections. She also told the Common Pleas Court jury she had performed thousands of buttocks injections since 1995 and never heard of any problems before Aderotimi’s death.
What do you think of this bizarre tale of butt shots gone wrong?
Are you surprised by the celebrity names associated with the scandal?