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Accused of injecting silicone for butt implants, Pahokee man arrested for 2nd time in three weeks

By Alexandra Seltzer

Palm Beach Post Staff Writer

A 44-year-old Pahokee man was arrested this week for the second time in three weeks for allegedly causing injury to another person after pumping their buttocks with silicone and sealing it with Krazy Glue.

Calvin Butler was arrested Tuesday afternoon at 1901 Palm Beach Lakes Blvd. in West Palm Beach on a charge of unlicensed practice of the health care profession with great bodily injury.

A judge ordered him held at the jail in lieu of $100,000 bond.

Last time Butler was arrested, on Jan. 18, a judge ordered he be held in lieu of $15,000 bond. He was released the next day.

A Palm Beach County Sheriff’s spokeswoman released a statement after that arrest asking the public to notify deputies if they have been a victim of Butler’s buttocks injections that apparently happened in a rented room at the El Patio Motel in West Palm Beach.

A man contacted deputies Jan. 24 saying he read an article in the newspaper about three people accusing Butler of the injections and was also a victim to the same crime.

The man, whose name was not released in the sheriff’s probable cause affidavit, reported to deputies that he met with Butler in the motel room in July 2012 and disrobed from the waist down.

Butler then pulled out a large plastic bottle of silicone, poured some of the fluid in the palm of his hand and rubbed it onto his face and splashed some in his eyes.

“See it’s real silicone. I wouldn’t be able to put this in my eyes if it were fake,” he allegedly told the victim.

Butler then inserted the silicone by way of a syringe into the areas on the buttock marked by a pen. He allegedly used Krazy Glue to seal the injections.

The victim paid Butler $400 on four occasion for the injections.

After the fourth session, the victim began developing sores. Butler gave him a bottle of antibiotics as treatment.

The symptoms didn’t improve and the victim started feeling weak and developed a fever. He landed in the hospital where he had four surgeries and was hooked up to an IV of antibiotics.

Dressed as a woman, Butler walked into the victim’s room and warned the man not to tell anyone about his injections. After he was released from the hospital in December 2012, the victim began feeling pain again in January.

He went back into the hospital for five days when he was visited by a friend of Butler’s who threatened him. The friend told the man, “if you say anything about Butler and the injections in court, you’ll be sorry,” the affidavit says.

The victim is still receiving oral antibiotics and other medications.

Source: Palm Beach Post

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