Ozan Melin, 42, was found guilty of inflicting grievous bodily harm on two women after injecting them with fake Botox
A bogus cosmetic surgeon who inflicted grievous bodily harm on female clients by injecting them with fake Botox is now facing jail after being found guilty today.
Ozan Melin, 42, left the three middle-aged women in severe pain and with long-lasting damage after using an unknown 'extremely dangerous' substance on them.
Their faces puffed up so much they couldn't see, with one victim comparing herself to a hamster and another saying she looked like she had been in a fight - and lost.iPhone transfer software
A court heard Melin lied to the women about being medically trained in America and Turkey and therefore acted recklessly by giving the women injections.
He denied the charges on the basis that the women had consented to the treatment.
But a jury found him guilty of causing two women grievous bodily harm.
Melin's victims have now slammed him, labelling him a 'clever conman' and voicing their relief that he wouldn't be able to harm any other patients.
Carol Kingscott, 58, still has a dropped brow from her dodgy injections.
Speaking after the verdict, Ms Kingscott said: 'It's a relief he has been found guilty, I will feel better when he gets a long time to serve in prison, I hope.
'He's a very clever conman. He completely fooled me and I like to think of myself as quite savvy.'
Melin left Marcelle King (left) and Carol Kingscott (right) in severe pain and with long-lasting damage after using an unknown 'extremely dangerous' substance on them
Carol Kingscott, 58, still has a dropped brow from her dodgy injections. Speaking after the verdict, she said: 'He's a very clever conman. He completely fooled me'
Marcelle King, who had to be taken to A&E after going into anaphylactic shock following her treatment, said: 'It was just a horrible experience. My whole body was affected by it'
She continued: 'I only had the treatment because I was going through a divorce and wanted to boost my confidence but it ended up doing the complete opposite.
'I'm annoyed I allowed myself to fall for it but by the time alarm bells were ringing there was nothing I could do about it, he had a needle in my face.
'I feel such a fool but I've learnt to live with how my face looks now.'
Marcelle King, who had to be