Padge-Victoria Windslowe, better known as the “Black Madam” who claimed she worked on Amber Rose’s famous butt and gave the former model her ample behind via silicone butt injections — as reported by the Inquisitr — has been convicted of murder on Monday. The Associated Press reports that Windslowe was found guilty by a jury on March 9 for the Black Madam’s role in the death of 20-year-old Claudia Aderotimi, a college attendee from London who was also a break dancer that came to Windslowe for silicone butt shots that caused her death when the silicone traveled to her heart and lungs.
However, the famous names that arose during Windslowe’s testimony are what caught the eyes and ears of nation, when the self-dubbed “Michelangelo of buttocks injections” told the jury that Amber was one of her clients, dropped off to her by none other than her then-boyfriend, Kanye West. The Associated Press reports that tennis player Serena Williams was also mentioned during the testimony of the Black Madam, although it doesn’t specify whether Windslowe claimed to having given Serena butt shots as well, although sites purporting to show Williams’ before-and-after butt photos abound.
The Black Madam could face anywhere from 20 to 40 years in prison for her role in the aforementioned murder alone, which wasn’t the only charge for the woman who held “pumping parties” and dispensed silicone from a water bottle and red plastic cups into butt cheeks, and closed off the wounds with Krazy Glue. Adding to the drama of the 45-year-old’s trial was the period of time in the previous week whereby Windslowe complained of chest pains and was sent to the hospital, with authorities having the knowledge that the Black Madam had also given herself silicone butt injections in the past.
According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, the Black Madam placed a fee of $1 for each cubic centimeter of silicone that was injected into the women she called her clients — and it was a lucrative business. Windslowe made a reported $200,000 to $600,000 in cash from her butt injection business, one that she continued to keep doing even after Aderotimi died.
The Black Madam trial lasted nearly three days, and during that time, Assistant District Attorney Bridget Kirn told the jury her feelings during closing statements about the bottom line of getting justice for those hurt.
“This case is about justice for these young ladies. It’s about taking responsibility and for this defendant to finally take criminal responsibility for what she did.”
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