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Video: Accused Cement Butt Doc Accomplice Attacked on Telemundo's Pa'lante con Cristina

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It's a not a true Miami saga unless it includes a full out brawl on a Spanish language talk show, so it's really no surprise that during a taping of Cristina Saralegui's Telemundo show yesterday Corey Eubanks, the man who was arrested as an accomplice in the case of accused fake butt doctor Oneal Ron Morris, was attacked by the mother of one of Morris's alleged victims.

Here's the video from NBC Miami, a corporate cousin of Telemundo:

Morris, a transgender woman, was arrested back in November for alledgely performing back alley plastic surgery and pumping substances like cement and fix-a-flat tire sealant into a patient's rump. Eubanks was arrested shortly after as an accomplice.

Eubanks showed up at Telemundo's Doral studios yesterday to tape an appearance on Pa'lante con Cristina. Also on stage was Shaquanda Brown, a North Miami woman who claims to be one of Morris' victims. Her mother was in the front row. According to The Miami Herald, Brown's mother grabbed a syringe, lunged at Eubanks, and scrapped his face.

Eubanks stands accused of coordinating Morris' "surgeries." He's out on bail and like Morris maintains his innocence (or whatever).

The show is set to air in full on Super Bowl Sunday.

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