A 25-year-old who has spent more than $100,000 on extreme plastic surgery, including surgery to inflate her private part, has shared throwback photos.
Model Mary Magdalene has shared old photos of herself before she went under the knife.
Most of her pictures were taken while she was working as an exotic dancer and still saving up to fund her surgeries.
In Mary’s photos, her lips appear thinner and she also wore braces in some of her pictures. Another photo also shows her giving a thumbs-up to the camera after baking bread.
Even though she almost died on the operating table after an operation to inflate her private part, the social media sensation confirmed that she won’t stop from getting procedures.
So far, she had fat transfers, a brow lift, butt injections, three Brazilian butt lifts, veneers, and multiple boob and nose jobs.
Speaking to the No Jumper podcast in September, Mary said: “I like to look really trashy and cheap and s****y.”
She explained that she grew up in a strict religious family. At age 12, she started rebelling and taking illegal substances.
“12, 13, were the wildest, s****iest years of my life,” she expressed. “I was going to school drunk, this and that, in grade seven and eight.”
Mary was 17 when she started working as a stripper. But now, she is a performer on OnlyFans after going viral on TikTok and Instagram.
“Luckily, because of (OnlyFans) I was able to stop dancing and escorting, which was making me depressed, so now I’m blessed enough to just live off that,” she added.
After sharing her throwback photos, many people were quick to share their thoughts.
One person commented: “I just feel incredibly sad for her.I mean she must be in a bad place mentally to have agreed to be mutilated like this and it makes me angry to think that any doctor would do such a terrible thing I just feel sorry for her she must live in a lonely world..”
Another wrote: “Oh Mary, you don’t need any further surgery, except maybe any that might help return you to your former self when you were beautiful. You obviously have body issues, you need therapy not surgery, and any plastic surgeon prepared to do further enhancement is a quack, to be avoided at all costs.”
A third added: “Surely she doesn’t need any more surgery, other than to remove what has been surgically implanted, unless maybe some brain surgery when they find out where the faulty non functioning part is located.”
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