Florida masseuse accused of offering $300 botox to undercover police officers
KENDALL, Fla. [NBC6] – A Florida masseuse lost her massage therapy license on Sunday after allegedly offering to administer Botox for $300 without a license, according to police.
Liliana Patricia Sanchez, of Kendall, “offered to inject Botox into the forehead and/or around the eyes” of undercover investigators from Miami-Dade police and the Department of Health for $300 thereby attempting to practice medicine without a license, according to the Florida Department of Health administrative complaint.
Sanchez’s online state profile says she got her license in August 2014. The Florida Board of Massage Therapy’s final order said Sanchez’s filing in response to the administrative complaint stated “no material facts were in dispute,” NBC6 reported.
Sanchez was also fined $10,000 and $1,902.60 in investigative costs.
No criminal charges were filed.
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