When aspiring model Victoria Wild decided she wanted to look like a real-life sex doll, she spent $45,000 on plastic surgery to make her dream body a reality. But, many people think what she did is absolutely absurd and ludicrous.
Wild is very pleased with her outrageous new look, but many others are shocked at what she did to her body. Most people even believe she looked better before all of the surgeries.
She says her desire turned into an obsession with looking like a blow-up doll when she was just a teenager living Latvia. This is a look she has been trying to attain for quite some time.
During the plastic surgery process, Wild got three pounds of breast implants, buttocks implants, rhinoplasty, permanent lip implants, and lots of botox. She eventually looked like a real life Barbie doll. This might sound attractive in theory, but one look at her and you know how unnatural this look really is.
Wild is proud that she now looks like a “bimbo doll.” She would do it all over again if she could.
“Who wouldn’t want to be treated like a bimbo doll?” she says. “It’s such a sexy look. People stare at me in the street and I love the way I stand out…I loved the way dolls looked and how sexy they were. They are so bright and bold. It was this fantasy in my head.”
Wild paid for all the plastic surgery through her modeling gigs and with Simon, her boyfriend’s income. Simon is a huge fan of his investment in his girlfriend’s new look.
“Simon loves my sex doll look,” Wild says. “I’m a bombshell now. People look at me in the street and men absolutely adore me. Simon’s so proud of the attention I get. I get more glamor model work because how I look too. I would love to become famous for being a sex doll.”
Many people are wondering why a beautiful 30-year-old woman would want to do this to herself. She even has plans for more surgeries including bottom implants and three further breast augmentations.
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