Corey Eubank, the Florida "Toxic Tush" assistant, was attacked on a taping of a Spanish-language talk show Wednesday.
Now Eubank has filed restraining orders against two women who came after him, the Orlando Sentinel reports. He accused Shaquanda Brown, 30, and her mother, Brunetta Brown, 60, of lunging at him, throwing a syringe at him and shouting anti-gay epithets in the melee.
In applying for the restraining order, Eubanks accused both women of harassing him repeatedly over the past several months, calling him more than 100 times and threatening him with violence.
For those unfamiliar with the bizarre case, here's a quick rundown. Fake doctor Oneal Ron Morris is accused of injecting concoctions of fix-a-flat, superglue, and other materials into clients.
The "patients" wanted curvier bodies. Instead, they ended up with disfigured features and pain. Eubank is accused of coordinating the procedures and taking a cut of the money.
Both Eubank and Morris have been charged with practicing medicine without a license. They are set for an April court appearance, reports the Huffington Post.
Eubank went onto Telemundo's P'alante con Cristina show, hosted by Cristina Saralegui, to clear his name. Instead, he got attacked.
The mother of a victim apparently jumped the stage. She even grabbed a syringe and slashed his forehead. Security eventually pulled her away.
The taped brawl unfolded as the cameras recorded:
As you can see, the scene was rather chaotic. Luckily there was ample security at hand ready to break up the fight.
It's possible that prosecutors consider the incident minor. They may decline to file charges.
What about Corey Eubank, the Toxic Tush assistant that was attacked? It's unclear if he will pursue any actions of his own for his injuries.
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