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I've seen pictures of her before her surgery, and she was beautiful; but not anymore. Any surgeon who would operate on her, obviously had no scruples, nor surgical talent. It was quite obviously all about the $$$$$$$.
I know one surgeon who has recently operated on her, but never wants his name associated with her, (BUT he still took her money). If I looked like her, I'd run in front of a fast-moving vehicle.
Her story is so sad and another reminder that money will not buy happiness. I agree with the poster who said that she might not look so weird without the cheek implants. They bother me a lot too, along with the chin implant. I wonder if they could be removed....in any event, I feel for this poor lady, I really do.
Becki32155 wrote:It's the gigantic cheek implants and the shiny texture of her skin that bother me the most, I think.
Obviously, she's gone waaaaay too far with everything, but I really think if she had just stopped before she got those cheek implants and maybe one less skin peel, she might not look quite so strange. Restaurants San Diego There's just something about big cheek implants that just doesn't look right.
I always feel kind of sorry for her....
I would have to agree with you, definitely feel sorry for her.
I can not personally relate to her motives. But I see her motives as a analogous to people that are so desperate for attention that they act like complete jackas' to get on a Reality TV program for 5 minutes of fame, or analogous to women that date infamous men (e.g. Jon Goslin). Some people just have a perverse need for attention. It is as if there is a part of their brains that over rides common sense in pursuit of some kind of high that they get when they are recognized.
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