The so-called Black Madam is behind bars, held on $10 million bail as police think she could be tied to 14 silicone-buttocks injection cases in Pennsylvania where one new case may have caused a coma, MyFoxPhilly reports.
MyFoxPhilly has learned that Padge Windslowe is linked to a third incident where a woman who underwent a procedure fell into a coma in 2008.
On Thursday, Philadelphia police released a new mug shot of Windslowe. Police say she performed an illegal butt enhancement in February 2012, making a patient sick.
Windslowe is also a person of interest in the death of another woman for the same procedure in 2011, which became an international story.
And now, cops are investigating a dozen more cases.
The door was locked and no one would answer at the Delaware County Medical Examiner's office when MyFoxPhilly tried to get some answers from medical examiner Dr. Frederic Hellman on Thursday. Then county police told us to go.
Dr. Hellman has been studying the Feb. 2011 airport hotel death of Claudia Seye Aderotimi for over a year.
Investigators believe she died from silicone injections administered by Windslowe.
Dr. Hellman later told MyFoxPhilly by phone he's been waiting five months for FDA test results to determine if the Aderotimi case was a homicide.
On Wednesday night, Philadelphia detectives filed new charges against Windslowe for allegedly injecting a 23-year-old woman at a "pumping party" inside a Germantown home on Feb. 19th.
The woman was hospitalized for seven days.
Windslowe was arrested as she prepared an unknown liquid for another pumping party at the same home Wednesday night.
The charge for the event was anywhere from $700 to $1,800.
Fox 29 News has also learned that Burlington County N.J. detectives are investigating a third case where a 26-year-old woman was allegedly injected by Windslowe at a Mount Laurel, N.J., hotel in 2008.
She lapsed into a coma and has continuing medical problems. No charges have been filed yet in that case.
"We believe 14 people were injected by her with this unknown substance," said Lt. John Walker, from Southwest Detectives
Windslowe's attorney says he will appeal the $10 million bail.