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28 year old model Anivia Cruz-Dilworth, of New Brunswick was indicted Tuesday for practicing medicine without a license, the Essex County Prosecutor’s Office told The (Newark) Star-Ledger.

Cruz-Dilworth falsely told the women she was a trained professional, according to the indictment.

The injections turned out to be infectious substances that Cruz-Dilworth sealed with Krazy Glue. One of the women required several operations and still fears for her health.

Cruz-Dilworth is to appear in court Dec. 9. The third-degree charges carry a maximum penalty of three to five years apiece.

Three of the six women who went to hospital emergency rooms in March from the effects of the injections refused to cooperate with authorities.

Cruz-Dilworth injected the women with what she called a “hydro-gel,” a jelly-like material, never identified, that caused serious bacterial infections, including cellulitis and necrosis, said Assistant Prosecutor Peter Sepulveda.

Cruz-Dilworth would “use a syringe, mark them, inject them, then use Krazy Glue to seal it,” he said.

Ladies if you going to get cake implants, please becareful of where you get the procedure done! Do you know how to tell if someone is not licensed? WHEN THEY USE CAULK AND CRAZY GLUE.

  • Joke E Smurf

    Whats the big deal? I love sticking my caulk in girls asses too!!!!!! POW!!! lol

  • CLSKS99

    the wrong kind of “caulk” went into their ass.

  • Smokin420live420

    LOL!