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MIAMI (WFLX) - A South Florida woman, accused of injecting peoples buttocks with Fix-a-Flat, has taken a plea deal that will put her behind bars for one year.

Oneal Morris, who police say was born male but identifies herself as female, pled guilty to one count of practicing medicine without a license.

Morris is accused of injecting several people with a mixture of substances including "Fix-a-Flat" cement and super glue. "I'm just happy this case is over. It impacted my life a lot and God has really prevailed for me," said Morris.

Morris begins serving her sentence in January.

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