Woman Who Spent $38K On Implants Gets Bad News (Photos)

| by Sean Kelly

A woman who dreams of being a real-life Barbie doll said she's pursuing an increase in her breast size -- even though she already has size 30JJ breasts that doctors said could burst if they got any bigger.

Blondie Bennett underwent a series of cosmetic procedures to achieve her human Barbie doll look, including Botox, cheek implants, chin liposuction and five breast enlargement surgeries. In total, the 39-year-old California woman spent $38,000 on her dream.

Bennett appeared on reality television show "Botched," where she approached doctors about breast enlargement. After it was discovered she had a tumor on her chest and that the skin around her implants had thinned, the doctors refused to make her breasts any larger.

“I just want to look like t--- on a stick,” she told her doctors. 

Dr. Terry Dubrow said Bennett’s body was already rejecting her previous implants.

“Blondie doesn't know it yet, but she is already rejecting her implants. She has a full-blown symmastia and epidermal thinning. Not good,” he said, Daily Mail reported. Symmastia is a condition that causes breasts to merge together. 

Bennett previously made headlines for using hypnotherapy sessions as a way to lower her IQ.

“I just want to be the ultimate Barbie. I actually want to be brainless,” she said in 2014, The Huffington Post reported. “I don’t like being human, if that makes sense ... Natural is boring ... I would love to be like, completely plastic.”

The woman began her Barbie transformation at age 18, taking promotional jobs at toy stores pretending to be a real-life Barbie. In 2013, she increased her breast size to JJ and had liposuction.

“I want people to see me as a plastic sex doll and being brainless is a big part of that,” she said at the time. “People can criticize me but this is who I am: I want my transformation to be head to toe, inside and out.”

Sources: Daily Mail, The Huffington Post / Photo credit: Daily Mail 

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