Botox Bandit, 31, Offers New Wrinkle On The Old Dine And Dash Scheme

A Botox devotee is facing criminal charges for allegedly scamming two Florida doctors into providing her with nearly $1800 in wrinkle reduction procedures, according to police.

Investigators allege that Nicole Leigh Brown, 31, this month received $870 worth of Botox and Juvederm injections during an appointment at the St. Petersburg office of plastic surgeon Dr. William Adams.

When presented with the bill, Brown claimed that she had left her credit card in her auto. “Suspect fled without paying,” according to a criminal complaint charging Brown with grand theft.

Brown has also been charged with passing a bad check following treatment in September at the office of another St. Petersburg plastic surgeon. Police allege that Brown gave Dr. Lawrence Kass a $902 check that she knew would bounce.

Brown, cops say, received Botox and Juvederm injections from Kass.

Pictured above, Brown was arrested yesterday and booked into the Pinellas County jail. She was released from custody early this morning after posting $4000 bond, according to jail records.