- Associated Press - Thursday, April 3, 2014

NEW YORK (AP) - A New Jersey woman charged with administering a deadly, illegal silicone injection to another woman in a New York City hotel is now facing charges of seriously injuring a second person in another procedure.

Tamira Mobley pleaded not guilty Thursday. She was already facing manslaughter and other charges related to Tamara Blaine’s death in a New York City hotel in July. But a new indictment also includes assault charges related to another, unnamed victim.

The Wood-Ridge, N.J., woman is being held on $100,000 bail. Her attorney didn’t immediately return a call after court.

Blaine’s death was ruled a homicide in October. Medical examiners found she had been injected with silicone that went into her veins, causing asphyxiation.

Authorities say Mobley didn’t have a license to administer such shots.

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