Natasha Stewart's Depraved Heart Murder Trial
Natasha Stewart's Depraved Heart Murder Trial

Natasha Stewart’s Depraved Heart Murder Trial : Report (Video)

Natasha Stewart aka Memphis hip hop entertainer and model, Pebbelz Da Model, has been found guilty and convicted of manslaughter in her trial set in Mississippi for her role in the fatal butt injection of victim Karima Gordon, 37, out of Atlanta.

According to authorities, Stewart, an adult entertainer also known as Pebbelz Da Model, took $200 from Gordon for a referral to the alleged injector and falsely represented that the injector was actually a nurse, the report says.

Stewart told jurors Friday that Gordon felt insecure about her body and wanted help fixing previously botched buttocks enhancements, the AP says. Stewart said she connected Gordon with the woman performing the injections as a favor and not for money, but she said Gordon upon paying her.

Stewart also testified that she also thought the woman performing the injections was a registered nurse and had gotten injections herself more than 20 times over seven years, the report says.

“She told me that she was an RN,” Stewart testified.

“But Patrick Beasley, a prosecutor with the Mississippi attorney general’s office, said someone would have to be ‘dumb’ not to know Garner wasn’t a nurse when she used veterinary syringes and sealed the injection sites with cotton balls and glue,” the AP says.

Gordon died from silicone embolism in her lungs about a week after getting the shots in March 2012, prosecutors say.


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