Surgeons Refuse To Operate On Sex-Doll Aspiring Woman (Video)

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Plastic surgeons are refusing to operate on a woman who wants to look like a human sex doll (video below).

Alicia Amira, 27, initially appeared on the E! reality show "Botched" to have repairs done after a procedure to increase her breasts from a D to a J cup hardened them, the Daily Mail reports.

While Dr. Terry Dubrow and Dr. Paul Nassif had no issues with the initial enlargement, they were stunned at hearing what else Amira wanted.

Even though the doctors could only repair her breasts by reducing their size, she refused to cooperate. Instead, she admitted she wasn't done enlarging her breasts; this was just the beginning.

"Some people think I'm mad but I don't regret having the surgery," she said. "In fact I'd like my breasts to be even bigger in future. I want to look as plastic as possible and inspire other girls to do the same."

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But Amira was not finished.

Amira then asked for Brazilian rear lift and rib removal, adding that she has already injected Botox and fillers in her cheeks, nose and lips toward her goal of becoming a living sex doll.

"I just started one year ago to transform myself. It's called bimbofication," she explained. "I don't want to be an airhead but basically what it is, is to look like a male fantasy.  I want to look like a f**k doll but I don't want to be a f**k doll. I know that is very contradictory but I feel like my body is a form of art."

"At one point I even thought about sewing my fingers together because that would create a doll hand," she added.

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What's more, Amira confessed she had even quit her job in PR to become one of the full-time "living dolls," referencing plastic surgery addicts determined to look like Barbie or Ken.

The doctors said they would not perform the surgeries.

"[They are] very dangerous to do," they said, adding she could potentially put her life at risk.

"You're an intelligent girl, make good intelligent decisions," said Dubrow.

However, Amira refuses to listen; although she says their comments made her "sad," she will seek treatment elsewhere. What's more, she is determined to have multiple operations done at the same time.

Many supported the doctors' decision.

"Finally surgeons who have ethics," wrote one person on the Daily Mail's Facebook page. "More should speak up."

Sources: People, Daily Mail/Facebook / Featured Image: Pixabay / Embedded Images: E! Entertainment/YouTube

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