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Meet the 'L-cup' Miami woman who aims to have biggest b**bs in world

June 15, 2012 - London

A mother of 6 in Florida, who has had 12 operations to give her L-cup br**ts, has said that she won't stop the surgeries until they're the biggest in the world.

Glamour model Lacey Wildd is now about to go from an L-cup to a MMM, while her embarrassed children want her to quit this dangerous habit.

Four of her children Tori, 17, Michael, 15, Brendon, 10, and Jenaveve, five, still live at home, and Tori has faced teasing at school because of her mother's appearance.

But despite her children's concerns, Wildd, whose real name is Paula Simonds, is determined to have the procedure, which will make her one of the top five biggest breasted models in the world.

"If I have triple M implants it will take me into the top 5 big breasted models in the world," the Daily Mail quoted her as saying.

"There is a top 5 and then everybody else is below that.

"It will increase my fame and earning power considerably. I want to make the most of this opportunity, to give my kids a good lifestyle," she said.

Wildd's children, including 27-year-old Ivy and 24-year-old Silas, who no longer live at home, have claimed that her huge br**ts are embarrassing and want her to stop risking her health.

They are worried that the MMM implants will cause dreadful side effects such as stretching, tearing, or even an infection that might kill her.

"I don't want my mom to have her b**bs made any bigger," Tori said.

"I think she isn't really thinking about our opinions. What if she dies? Is she taking that into consideration?

"Does she really care that her kids could be left alone?" she added.

Cosmetic surgery carries the same general risks as all operations, including infection and blood clots. There's also a risk of bleeding and scarring.

Problems that can occur immediately after breast reconstruction surgery include infection, fluid under the wound and pain and discomfort.

If the area around the breast implant becomes repeatedly infected or fluid keeps building up, the implant may need to be removed.

Sometimes, the flap of tissue that is used to make a new breast can die and will need to be surgically removed.

Long-term problems that can develop after breast reconstruction surgery include the implant hardening and changing shape, fluid leaks from the implant making lymph glands swell and unequal-sized br**ts due to changes in weight.

But the surgery-addicted model, who recently split from long-term boyfriend Manny, insists she will be careful.

She said she is preparing her skin for the larger implants to avoid the risks of rupturing, and will take every care to avoid dangerous staph infections.

"I've stopped wearing a bra, so my skin has time to stretch.

"I'm also trying to lose weight, and I went on a diet of liquid, vitamin B12 shots and apples for a while," she added.


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