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Fix-a-Flat Butt Doc's Accomplice Takes Plea Deal

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Corey Eubanks, the man who was alleged to have assisted Oneal Ron Morris, the unlicensed transgendered woman accused of injecting all sorts of unholy substances into the rear ends of patients seeking a bigger booty, has taken a plea deal. He'll get off with just a year of probation.

In exchange he plead guilty to two misdemeanor count of culpable negligence. Outside of court he claimed that all he did was pass on Morris' number to one of the victims in the case. He also claimed that he had the procedure done himself, but had no negative side effects.

"I don't feel good about it all," Eubanks told WSVN. "I took it to deal with what I had part in for passing the phone number to this young lady. I should have never paid any price at all for the death of these two young ladies."

Morris however faces fare more serious charges, including two counts of manslaughter stemming from the death of two of her patients.

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