This 52-year-old mom has spent $100,000 on plastic surgery to transform into Jessica Rabbit

This 52-year-old mom has spent $100,000 on plastic surgery to transform into Jessica Rabbit

Plastic surgery, particularly extreme plastic surgery, seems to be all the rage now. In 2017, we have seen the Human Ken Doll rise to an extraordinary level of fame, witnessed the birth of Poland's first ever human Barbie and now we have a woman who has spent thousands of pounds in order to look like Jessica Rabbit.

Bee Cameron, from Liverpool, UK, is so determined to defy the process of ageing that she has spent an outrageous amount of money on a range of different cosmetic procedures such as liposuction, three boob jobs, thigh gap surgery and an upper eye-lift. But, despite the costs of the surgery that the mother-of-two has undergone, the fact that several of them have gone wrong and the that she is in £6,000 worth of debt, Bee says she has no plans to stop.

"Surgery boosts my confidence and I often get chatted up by men as young as 18. It's flattering, and no one believes me when I tell them how old I am.

"Now, I don't date anyone over 35, and have a great sex life as a result and I look forward to my procedures like someone looks forward to a date.

"I consider my body an ever-changing work of art. I am not hurting anyone and I find the fact I can change and control my appearance empowering.

"I know some people may criticise but it's my life and my body," she declared.

Bee has just celebrated her 52nd birthday, which she spent on holiday. She is currently undergoing surgery on her hands in order to stop them from showing the signs of aging - something which is known as a "Madonna Hand Job."

She says that her love of cosmetic surgery began after she had finished breastfeeding her two children.

"I had my kids and was dull and boring in my 20's and 30's and even 40s.

"I decided in my 40s I wanted a new body, a new look, a new image and I wanted to be 30 again - 50 is the new 30 – people say that I have used plastic surgery to produce a body that proves it and I will have the latest and most radical surgeries just to see the effect.

"I was also partly inspired by the sexiness of Jessica Rabbit – that 50's sex appeal was what I wanted."

Bee started with botox injections, which she got over 10 years ago. She also had her first boob job in 2007. However, in March 2011, she suffered some serious complications.

"I had to have my implants removed because one implant had ruptured. The left was literally squeezed out of my breast due to a PIP implant rupture,' she recalled. Undeterred by the scare, she went back in for another boob job and is now proud of her HH bust.

"I am a huge fan of the sex, plastic and stylised form of Jessica Rabbit and now I finally have breasts that measure up to that characters and make me feel fantastic," she said.

After sorting out her breasts, Bee then turned her attention to her thighs, as she was determined to have the highly-sought-after "thigh gap";

"I had the procedure where fat is sucked out of the inner thighs and skin is pulled and meant to create even and thinner thighs and a gap like high-end catwalk models have.

"However once the extensive bruising had disappeared and I'd worn the special customised leg tights for six weeks I was horrified to see my surgeon had botched the procedure," she explained.

Instead of smooth thighs, the mother was left with indented legs that had pulled skin.

"Saving for the surgery to have them repaired is next on the agenda and I want to warn women that if they have this surgery to ensure you carefully research your surgeon and see work and speak to people he or she has performed the procedure on."

Despite her troubles, Bee says she is enjoys showing off her "Jessica Rabbit breasts in a bikini" and says that she loves the fact she "can control my looks using surgery and cosmetics procedures."

It's hard to know where to stand of cosmetic surgery and people like Bee make it even more confusing. While the surgery she has undergone is successive, if it gives her confidence and makes her feel good, who are we to criticise?