Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham wants to have even more plastic surgery. The former MTV personality recently revealed on The Doctors that she has been considering have butt implants just days after she had a scary allergic reaction to lip injections which left her looking scary and in pain.
According to Hollywood Life, Farrah is fearless for wanting to go back under the knife yet again. The reality star has already had a ton of plastic surgery which includes a nose job, breast augmentation, chin implant, and of course her lip injections. In fact, Farrah’s face looks much different than it did when she first started her reality TV career.
The Teen Mom even admitted that her most recent plastic surgery nightmare wasn’t just a simple collagen injection, but was supposed to be a lip implant.
“I was attempting to put in a lip implant, but while being relaxed by medication, the doctor used a method I was allergic to and I had a massive attack and went to emergency room. The hospital doctors let the other doctor know what he should not have done. I am not on medicine for 5 days in order to clear up and heal my body from the attack. I never received the lip implant.”
It seems that Farrah Abraham may be addicted to plastic surgery. She’s still a very young woman but is altering her appearance greatly. It’s likely that Farrah’s self esteem issues could be linked to her need to change her looks, which may soon include butt implants.
“I’m just still doing research. I’m more in the research phase. I don’t want anything that’s creating more problems.”
All of this is happening as Farrah’s former Teen Mom co-stars, Catelynn Lowell, Maci Bookout, and Amber Portwood have been filming another season of the show without Abraham. However, Hollywood News Daily reports that fans could possibly see Farrah at some point in the season if MTV decides that her story is one they’d like to tell, and not too crazy for their younger viewers.
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