boosting business, author Kim Smedley, whose illicit injections of thousands of women across the country turned her into a millionaire but also landed her in federal prison for three years.
Smedley relayed to this editor that the underground posterior pumping phenomenon began as a craze among transvestites, but then bled into the strip club genre and eventually attracted the attention of scores of celebrity females. Before long, urban female lawyers, doctors, teachers and bored housewives were literally lining up and paying stacks to get that coveted “onion” shape that men crave.
The author, now reformed and renouncing the practice, chronicles her experience in the explosive book, The Back Side of the Story.
There have been tragic results, however, Smedley also shared. Even though she was not responsible, some women going to back-alley street doctors for injections became deformed because the practitioners were sticking women with an assortment of weird, if not dangerous, concoctions.
Take a look at some of the most deformed women, including some celebrities, who got their bum boosted.