‘Pebbelz Da Model’ Found Guilty, Convicted of Manslaughter In Butt Injection Trial
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.
In a court room on Friday in Jackson, MS, Stewart was found guilty and charged with conspiracy to commit depraved-heart murder and culpable negligence manslaughter.
Stewart, 40, who authorities say took $200 to refer Gordon to Tracey Lynn Garner (Morris Garner) to get illegal silicone butt injections administered, testified that she was only trying to help the insecure victim make the arrangements.
Gordon apparently wanted buttocks like Natasha Stewart’s allegedly in-order to become a hip-hop model.
Now convicted, Natasha Stewart aka Pebbelz Da Model, who herself admitted to receiving butt injections from Garner, an unlicensed nurse, over 20 times over the span of 7 years, faces up to twenty years in prison for each charge. Depraved-heart murder carries a maximum penalty of life in prison.
Karima Gordon died of butt injections from silicone embolism in the lungs just a week after receiving the injections administered by Garner in March of 2012.