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PHILADELHPIA (CBS) — There are new developments in the case of a deadly injection given at a Philadelphia hotel near Philadelphia International Airport.

Eyewitness News obtained a copy of a search warrant which names the woman police want to talk to and why. Another court document outlines what evidence police gathered from the person’s home.

Twenty year-old Claudia Aderotimi was a dancer and an aspiring hip hop star from London whose death in Philadelphia remains under investigation.

That investigation led police to a home in Narberth, Montgomery County. Court documents show police seized dozens of items including:

- Box of syringes
– Packets of silica gel
– Sterile water bottle for injections
– Sheet of injections pricing
– 3 cell phones
– Mac Computer

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The search warrant was executed on Thursday. On Friday, Eyewitness News was greeted by a man at the Narberth home who was in no mood to talk.

The man, who did not identify himself, said, “Can you please relay to every reporter, you’re not going to get information out of me, please get away from my door!”

The search warrant indicates the home is where 41-year-old Padge Victoria Windslowe has been living for the last year and a half. The document says police went there based on information they gathered from witnesses.

In the search warrant, Aderotimi’s friend told police that the two friends flew in from London to have silicone injected into their buttocks. The friend claims both had received the same procedure in November of 2010. This time around, the two friends received the procedure on Monday at the Hampton Inn. Then, on Tuesday, Aderotimi died at the hospital.

According to the search warrant, police interviewed a woman from Bergen County, NJ who made the arrangements. Subsequently, police were led to YouTube to check for videos under the name of “Black Madame”. The document says the directors for one of the videos named Windslowe to be “Black Madame”. The document further explains the victim’s friend positively identified Windslowe as the woman who performed the procedures on her and Aderotimi.

As of Friday, police stressed this case is still considered a death investigation and that no one has been arrested. Police say they will ultimately determine what, if any, crimes were committed once they learn Aderotimi’s exact cause of death.

Reported by Elizabeth Hur, CBS 3

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