A woman whose face was left badly disfigured after having cement and tire sealant injected into her cheeks has pleaded with doctors to fix the mess.
Rajee Narinesingh fell victim ten years ago to a dodgy doctor who's now facing manslaughter charges after one of her clients died.
The 49-year-old was one of the victims of doctor Oneal Ron Morris, who performed illegal surgeries using substances such as Fix-a-Flat, Super Glue and mineral oil.
Narinesingh, who was born a man, has now turned to Dr Terry Dubrow and Dr Paul Nassif, from the E! reality show Botched, in another bid to save her face.
"The day we graduate medical school we say, 'Doctor do no harm.' Rajee has never been offered a surgical solution because the risks outweigh the potential benefits," Dr Dubrow says in a preview to the upcoming show.
"For years I was too ashamed and embarrassed to face dating," Rajee previously told the show.
"The last thing I wanted was to look like a man in a dress. I wanted to be a beautiful woman."
Narinesingh has said she only paid $100 a session to Morris when she started the injections in 2005.
In the preview to the season 3 launch of Botched, Dr. Dubrow says that he and Dr Nassif have two major concerns.
One is that the "masses encase all the muscles, nerves, and blood vessels, and taking them out would do a lot of damage to the skin" and could potentially hurt her nerves.
And the other is when they go in and try remove the cement, they will "activate the inflammatory process" and turn her face into an "inflammatory mess".
Rajee thought she was a "feminine gay male" until she was in her twenties and realised she is actually transgender.