2nd Woman Charged Over The Death Of Jean Huang At Sydney Beauty Clinic

A second woman has been hit with a manslaughter charge over the death of beauty salon manager Jean Huang during an attempted breast implant procedure in Sydney.

The 29-year-old woman, who has not been named, will face Burwood Local Court today charged over the death of Huang, who police allege died due to being given the wrong dosage of anaesthetic.

Chinese tourist Jie Shao, 33, has already been charged with manslaughter over the death. Shao and Huang apparently knew each other through a mutual friend, but it is still unknown why Shao was performing the medical procedure despite not having any recognised Australian medical qualifications.

It is also not known what role this 29-year-old woman is alleged to have played in Ms Huang’s death, or whether she was employed at the Medi Beauty Clinic in Chippendale.

In addition to manslaughter, she has also been charged with using a poison to endanger life, and hindering an investigation into a serious indictable offence. She has been refused bail.