Man Accused of Drinking Four Lokos While Giving Botox Without License

A Florida Man has been arrested and charged after he allegedly gave Botox injections without a valid medical license. To make matters worse, he is being accused of drinking Four Loko while performing the injections.

47-year-old Nelson Amilcar Turin was arrested on March 12 after an undercover detective saw him drinking alcoholic beverages at a legitimate spa in the Jacksonville area. He now faces multiple charges including three counts of possessing legend drugs and one count of practicing medicine without a license.

“Our detectives conducted an investigation and found several online videos showing Turin injecting clients with Botox and doing other treatments,” JSO Director Mike Bruno said, according to WOKV. “He would do lip, chin, cheek fillers, nose lifts, as well as any other Botox-type of injection.”

Turin also actively promoted his "services" as "Botox & Bubbles" events on social media. "Bubbles" referring to alcoholic drinks like champagne and Four Loko which he allegedly drank while "consulting" customers.

Turin's attorney says his client “vehemently maintains his innocence of all charges filed by the state.”

Sponsored Content

Sponsored Content