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Prosecutor Bridget Kirn says the defendant’s motive was money for her recording studio – performing under the name “Black Madam” – and for expensive cars.
Padge Victoria Windslowe was convicted of third-degree murder, aggravated assault, and other crimes.
Closing Arguments Presented in Philadelphia Trial of Woman Accused of Killing Another With Butt Injections
Padge Victoria Windslowe has repeatedly claimed that one victim had been drinking heavily prior to the procedure, suggesting that was the cause of the woman’s death.
Padge Victoria Windslowe was scheduled to return to the witness stand Monday for cross examination, but after an unexplained morning delay a court crier announced the defendant is ill.
Court officials postponed Padge-Victoria Windslowe’s trial Monday after hours of delays. They didn’t specify her illness.
Defendant In Black Market Body Enhancement Trial Expected Back On The Stand For More Cross-Examination Today
On Friday, there were several sharp exchanges, allegations, and counter allegations as the prosecutor grilled her.
Padge Victoria Windslowe is charged with murder in the death of one woman, and assault in a second case in connection with illegal buttocks enhancement injections.
Windslowe will return to the stand in the morning. She still faces cross examination by the prosecution.
‘Black Madam,’ Defendant In Buttocks Injection Trial, Makes Wardrobe Change After Court’s Suggestion
The murder trial of a Montgomery County woman accused of performing a deadly buttocks-enhancement procedure took a bizarre turn Thursday when the court suggested the defendant make a wardrobe change.
Dr. Fredric Hellman has testified that 20-year-old Claudia Aderotimi died from complications of silicone injections into her rear.
Prosecution witness James Taterka, a Montgomery County gastroenterologist, says neither he nor his practice ordered the industrial grade silicone that Padge Windslowe was using for butt injections to enhance clients’ rear ends.
Trial Continues For Montco Woman Charged With Performing Deadly, and Near Deadly, Cosmetic Procedures
The defendant, Padge Victoria Windslowe, is on trial for aggravated assault against one woman who had to be hospitalized for months, and for third-degree murder in the death of another woman.
A key witness in the murder trial of the “Black Madam” has gone south on the prosecution, and she won’t testify at trial, which is scheduled to start this morning.
Padge Victoria Windslowe allegedly injected low grade silicone, and then finished the procedure with crazy glue to keep the silicone from leaking.
The woman who called herself the “Black Madam” has lost a pre-trial motion to present the testimony of satisfied customers at trial, scheduled for next year.