Woman asks for Donald Trump's help to fund her $7,000 butt lift
A woman who allegedly faked depression go get an NHS-funded nose job has provoked controversy online yet again, after asking US President Donald Trump to help fund her plastic surgery.
Carla Bellucci - who also claimed that she wanted her 14-year-old daughter Tanisha to get plastic surgery because "ugly people get nowhere'' - took to Instagram to ask the Republican leader for money.
Watch Bellucci talk about her £7,000 nose job:
The 37-year-old mother-of-one (who has thus far only managed to raise £12 for the operation on her derriere) hails from Borehamwood in Hertfordshire, UK. She took to Instagram to appeal to the President this week, wearing a MAGA baseball cap, and asking for donations for the $7,272 (£6,000) procedure.
In the video in question, Bellucci states: "I just want to say, when we have socialised medicines available like we do here in the UK on the NHS, everything's up for grabs. So this is a message for you Donald Trump, I would like you to help me in my crowdfunding page on getting my butt implants. And on that note, I just want to say, god bless America."
Instagram users haven't taken the appeal very well, and have expressed their disapproval over Bellucci's requests.
Watch Carla's personal request to President Trump in the video below:
In an another appeal to the public, Carla asserted:
"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."
Watch the video in question below: