- Elisa Selina said she had wanted to have surgery done on her breasts ever since she was 15
- The 25-year-old was inspired by her idol, Katie Price, to improve on her looks
- The German went under the knife four times, only to suffer complications after
A 25-year-old German woman, Elisa Selina, has spent around R 285 000 on operations to make her breasts bigger and, in her opinion, better.
The young lady has had four operations, which resulted in some negative side effects.
According to Daily Mirror, Elisa was inspired by other models' looks, with the favourite being her idol, Katie Price, who is an English media personality, model, businesswoman, singer and author.
It was reported she started considering undergoing surgery at the age of 15 after she decided her breasts were just too small.
"My breasts were just too small. I always wanted larger breasts and I had none. I was 15 when I first considered surgery. I saw girls who had fake breasts and I was like, 'Oh I think it's nice' and 'I think it looks beautiful' and I decided I wanted to have the same," she said.
Briefly.co.za learnt that Elisa was unsatisfied with her first and second operations, which were six months apart.
She then went for her third operation in 2014, which was supposed to be her last one.
However, complications arose later on, making her undergo the risky fourth operation in her native Austria.
"If you've had no breasts before, you need three operations to get this (look) but I had a problem with the second and third one. One was higher and the other was lower, I woke up and one side hurt, the doctors came in and said I had implants that were for people who had cancer and not for normal procedures," she added.
She asked them to try again but they were not sure if her skin could take it.
Elisa also revealed that the operations had, however, boosted her social media accounts which we're growing by the thousands every day.
She got both negative and positive comments but she was never worried about them.
Elisa said she was now happy with her look but wanted to warn others of the difficulties that weigh on the body for having too many operations.
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