Woman who killed man in botched penis enlargement gets 5 years in prison A New Jersey woman was sentenced to five years in prison after a man died following a penis-enlargement procedure she performed, according to a report.

Kasia Rivera was running a quack cosmetology practice out of her East Orange home when she botched Justin Street’s penis-enlargement procedure, injecting silicone directly into his bloodstream, according to New Jersey Advance Media.
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N.J. woman headed to prison for penis enlargement death
Before Kasia Rivera was sentenced on Monday to five years in state prison for conducting a fatal penis enlargement procedure in 2011, her attorney, Olubukola Adetula, said she has "accepted responsibity for her actions" and wanted to "move on with the rest of her life."
Essex County Assistant Prosecutor William Neafsey, however, said Rivera may want to move on with her life, but "we still have a man that died."
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Penis enlargement is the second most popular plastic surgery choice for men
Penis enlargement surgery is the second most desired cosmetic procedure by men in America, research shows. A survey conducted by YouGov shows that 25 per cent of men would opt for the operation if money was no object.
The most popular cosmetic procedure was fat reduction, which saw 51 per cent of men indicate they would go under the knife if they could afford it.
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Woman sentenced to prison for killing a man during penis enlargement procedure
An Essex County woman has been sentenced to five years in state prison for in a penis enlargement procedure that killed a man whom a convicted Atlantic County rapist tried to blame for a sex assault. Kasia Rivera, 38, pleaded guilty in September to reckless manslaughter, shortly before her trial was to start. She admitted delivering a silicone injection to the penis that ultimately killed 22-year-old Justin Street in May 2011.
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The Truth About Penis Enlargement: What Works And What Doesn’t
Anxiety is everywhere, floating freely through the air, passing from person to person like a virus on the wings of a sneeze. While some of us feel nervous about our jobs, our health, or our families, others feel a very personal dread about our own bodies. Preoccupied by physical appearances, we can become distracted from what matters most in life, and turn instead to worrying about some highly specific body part. If, by chance, we zero in on the piece of ourselves most closely associated with intimacy — our genitals — we might shut down entirely.
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