Implant Death Person of Interest
Philadelphia singer known as "Black Madam" named as person of interest in buttocks implant death case.
Philadelphia Police are looking for a singer known as "Black Madam" as a person of interest in the investigation into the death of a 20-year-old British woman who died shortly after receiving buttocks enhancements in a Philadelphia hotel room.
Claudia Seye Aderotimi died 1:32 a.m. Tuesday after she apparently flew to Philadelphia with three friends to get silicone injections into her buttocks at a Hampton Inn in southwest Philly.
Police executed a search warrant on the Ardmore apartment of 41-year-old Padge-Victoria Windslowe Thursday. According to the police search warrant, witnesses say Windslowe administered the injections.
Windslowe, also known as “Black Madam” on her Facebook page and music website, was not at home at the time of the search and police are still trying to locate her.
According to the search warrant obtained by NBC Philadelphia, one of Aderotimi’s friends, 20-year-old Theresa Gyamfi, identified Windslowe in a photo as the person who injected silicone into her and Aderotimi Monday.