Collier County woman accused of defrauding business after two Botox injections

Reporter: Lauren Leslie Writer: Paul Dolan
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Woman accused of defrauding business after two Botox injections. (CREDIT: NAPLES POLICE DEPARTMENT)

A woman who got Botox injections defrauded a cosmetic surgery center in the City of Naples for the second time on Thursday.

According to the Naples Police Department, Collier County resident Exojaine Balbosa, 44, got Botox on Aug. 24. She paid for the injections with stolen credit card information from a victim living in a different state.

A man called the business when he saw the charges on his credit card, and has since been refunded.

The second offense happened when Balbosa returned to the business on Sept. 7, and got more Botox injections.

After Balbosa got the second round of injections, she told the staff she had to get her credit card out of her car. After leaving the business, Balbosa never returned.

Naples police detectives identified and apprehended Balbosa on Friday.

Balbosa was charged with criminal use of personal identification and petit theft.

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