Lacey Wildd, 45, spent $250,000 on plastic surgeries — 13 of which have left her with glow-in-the-dark boobs. YouTube screenshot
A former Las Vegas showgirl with the headlining name, Lacey Wildd, has become known at age 45 as the “woman with glow-in-the-dark boobs.”
Whereas once the county fair brought the freak show, reality television has exposed millions of Americans to the grotesquery of extreme addiction and behavioral abnormality, including a woman who’s spent $250,000 on 13 surgeries to augment her enormous breasts. Last year, Wildd wore a size MMM brassiere on TLC’s My Strange Addiction, but commented on a new episode this month she may upgrade to a size QQQ.
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So large are her present breasts she also cannot easily hug her daughter, and lying on her back makes her feel as if she’ll suffocate. When cooking, she uses only the back burner to avoid accidentally burning her immense breasts. They weigh 43 lbs.
Wearing a green camouflage baseball cap and revealing pink top, Wildd tells the audience she loves her new figure but isn’t yet satisfied. She intends to soon undergo another surgery to attain that size QQQ, some 20 years after her first surgery. Now, her breasts honestly glow in the dark, filled with luminescent material unnatural to the human form.
But one thing about this story is natural, according to The Sun Sentinel. Wildd’s 18-year-old daughter, Tori Glyn, disapproves of her notorious mother’s focus on plastic surgery, appearing with her notorious mother last year on MTV’s True Life. “She is kind of like too much, and she"s not taking into consideration that this
Wildd, a.k.a. Paula Simonds, says she hopes her newfound fame and business opportunity should bring her family a greater style of living. Amazingly, she says she’s raised $23,000 from public donors to finance her next surgery.
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