Jury weighs murder charge in dancer's death following silicone injections to enhance buttocks

A Philadelphia jury is weighing murder charges in the death of a dancer who got silicone injections at a hotel to enhance her buttocks.

Defendant Padge-Victoria Windslowe says she performed thousands of the procedures despite a lack of formal medical training.

The 45-year-old Windslowe describes herself as a former madam and hip-hop performer.

Authorities say she fled after a botched injection killed the 20-year-old London dancer in 2011.

Two other women have testified that they became seriously ill after the low-grade silicone spread to their lungs.

Windslowe says women paid thousands of dollars for her work and called her "the Michelangelo of buttocks injections."

The jury got the third-degree murder case late Friday and is set to resume deliberations Monday morning.

There have been several similar deaths around the country.