Mom starts crowdfunding for bum lift in order to improve her 'mental health'
Last week, mother-of-three, Carla Bellucci, found herself the center of renewed controversy as a result of her polarising views on cosmetic surgery, and her desire for her teenage daughter to undergo various procedures.
Bellucci opens up about getting a £7,000 nose job for free by cheating the system:
Per the Metro, people were outraged to learn that 37-year-old Carla Bellucci wanted her 14-year-old daughter, Tanisha, to get plastic surgery, allegedly saying how unattractive people get nowhere in life.
It had also emerged earlier this year, that Bellucci, a former glamour model, claimed that a GP told her how to "fake depression" in order to secure a £7,000 nose job on the UK's National Health Service, the Mirror reports.
Allegedly succeeding in pretending to have the mental health condition, Bellucci was able to get a small bump corrected entirely for free.
Clearly unperturbed by the general public's resentment of her attitude towards her daughter's education and self-worth, Bellucci's quest for additional procedures continues.
The mother is now crowdfunding for a £6,000 ($7,200) butt lift after being informed that she couldn't have one for free on the NHS.
Check out the outrageous video below in which Carla campaigns for donations towards her bum lift:
In the video, Carla says: "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."
The crowdfunding page she set up has so far raised just £12, meaning it's going to take quite a bit of time, and a great deal of generosity before the mom-of-three can even think about booking that butt lift.