Meet Padge-Victoria Windslowe, a 45-year old woman charged with killing a London woman named Claudia Aderotimi with an illegal butt injections. During her trial, Windslowe gave a grand and colorful testimony, alleging to have done cosmetic for Amber Rose. Reportedly, under cross-examination Windslowe allegedly said that rapper Kanye West had dropped off his then-girlfriend Amber Rose to have a single procedure done. Windslowe then went on to say that Amber Rose was like a walking billboard. She brought a lot girls from VH1.
“Asked by Assistant District Attorney Carlos Vega why they would choose an unlicensed practitioner over a Los Angeles plastic surgeon, Windslowe said, “I was the best, and I don’t mean that to be cocky.”
Her Black Madam moniker, she said, came from many lucrative years running an escort service employing male, female and transgender sex workers.
“It’s set up like a friendly date, but I’m not naive about what goes on,” she said. “They’re doing something. It’s not just escorting.”
She said she kept half their take and made good money. But she stopped after her father died in 2003 because she “didn’t feel good about it anymore.”
Windslowe is charged with third-degree murder in the death of the 20-year-old Aderotimi, who was injected with low-grade silicone at a hotel at Philadelphia airport. Amber Rose nor Kanye West have responded to the allegations.
After just two days (last week) testifying in her murder trial in the silicone-injection death of a dancer, Padge-Victoria Windslowe has been hospitalized complaining of chest pains.
Prisons spokeswoman Shawn Hawes said Windslowe told authorities Monday morning that she felt chest pains. Hawes said she was taken to a Philadelphia hospital and admitted. Hawes did not name the hospital.
Several trial witnesses have testified that chest pain and breathing problems were the first symptoms of the potentially fatal movement of injected silicone from the buttocks into the heart and lungs. Windslowe has testified that she has injected herself several times in several parts of her body over the years.
By Monique C. Tillman