A woman who faked depression to get a free nose job wanted funds for $7,300 (£6,000) bum lift.
Carla Bellucci wanted NHS to fund the procedure, just like they funded her $8,500 (£7,000) nose job, but they refused her request.
Speaking to The Mirror, she said: “I need it for my mental health, for my self-esteem and it is just something that I need doing so bad and I know I can’t pay for it.
“The NHS definitely won’t pay for it this time. I don’t know why, transgenders get operations left, right and center but they will not pay for my bum lift.
“So I am relying on you guys, the great British public, to donate.”
The mom-of-three, from Borehamwood, is ‘willing to do whatever it takes’ to fulfill her goal, she said in an interview with The Daily Star.
Bellucci is also not afraid of the risks which come with the procedure. “You’ve got to take risks,” she said.
The former model recently revealed that she would also encourage her daughter Tanisha to undergo plastic surgery because ‘ugly people get nowhere these days.’
Speaking to Closer magazine, she said that her 14-year-old ‘isn’t the most academic of girls.’
“She will need to rely on her looks to get on in life, so she will need to be perfect,” Bellucci said.
“At the moment she loves the Kardashian look with the big bum and boobs and pouty lips. She’s going to get fillers when she is 16, which I fully support.
“If she wants to be a successful influencer and reality star then she will have to fit the look of the time – so surgery is the obvious option. She’s good looking, but surgery will make her prettier.”
Bellucci added that she has been putting aside money for Tanisha’s future surgery.