Investigators on Friday released a list of items seized from the Main Line apartment of the "Black Madam," the person suspected of injecting an unknown substance into a London tourist's buttocks. The tourist later died.
Philadelphia police carted away syringes, packets of Gluthanine, and various papers on Thursday from the building.
The items - 37 in all - belong to Padge Victoria Windslowe, police said. Investigators also removed Black Madam fliers; three cell phones; three identification cards under three different names; credit card in the name of Vanessa Brown and prescriptions for Padge Windslowe.
The 41-year-old "gothic hip hop" artist advertised buttock enhancement injections on her YouTube channel, according to court filings.
The search for Windslow continued on Friday.
Several witnesses identified Windslowe as the woman who injected aspiring actress Claudia Seye Aderotimi with what she claimed was silicone in an airport hotel room earlier this week.
Aderotimi, 20, had traveled from London and allegedly paid Windslowe $1,800 for the procedure which was intended to give her a more voluptuous figure. She died hours later at Mercy Fitzgerald Hospital in Darby, complaining of shortness of breath and chest pains.
Scheffee "Sasha" Wilson, a Saddle River, N.J., woman who put Aderotimi and three friends in touch with Windslowe, told police she knew her from YouTube as "Black Madam."
Wilson told investigators Tuesday that she set up the Saturday appointment through e-mails and telephone calls, and was in the hotel room while the injections were administered, the affidavit states.
Theresa Gyamfi, 20, who traveled, with Aderotimi from England, knew her as Lillian Languri. She told investigators that she had witnessed Windslowe inject her friend and underwent a similar procedure herself. They also interviewed a man who identified himself as her boyfriend, investigators said.
Windslowe juggled many identities. The cards found in the apartment on West Montgomery Ave. identified her as Tonya McClelland, Vanessa Brown, and Page Victoria Winslowe. In her neighborhood, everyone knew her as "Vicky."