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Australia’s Katie Price – Botched star surgery ban, security threat and family support

Over the years, Botched star Tara Jayne McConachy has transformed her body beyond recognition. Despite being banned from further surgery in her home country, the Australian nurse has no plans to slow down as she continues to undergo surgery

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Tara Jayne McConachy, the self-described human Barbie doll, has been compared by many to Katie Price, thanks to her hobby of going under the knife.

The Botched star, 33, has spent more than $200,000 on countless cosmetic procedures over the years – including five breast augmentations, six nose jobs, as well as Botox and fillers.

Tara made headlines last year, when she appeared on the Australian documentary series Mirror Mirror, in which she discussed her addiction to plastic surgery.

As she shows off the results of her latest surgical procedures, we take a look at the nurse’s dramatic physical transformation and the controversies surrounding it – including the surgery ban, the claims controversy and security threats.

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The Botched star has had a lot of hard work over the years
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Speaking last year, Tara revealed she first suffered under the knife at the age of 21 – along with her family supporting the bill for getting her plastic surgery.

She explained in a documentary: “I was 32 years old, had my first plastic surgery, breast enlargement, at 21. It was a birthday present from my father.

“My family has been really supportive. Since then, I’ve spent around $200,000 and done 4 other boob jobs. I now have 1050 cubic centimeters of implants, plus 410ml of silicone implants.”







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The reality TV star is still looking for bigger breasts
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Tara – who is pictured on a lunch date with her mother earlier this week – has since revealed her loved ones have been there to help her through recent surgeries.

A qualified nurse was in Europe performing a cosmetic procedure when Covid-19 first became a global crisis in March 2020 – with lockdowns implemented in many countries across the globe. world.

She recalls: “I didn’t have time to properly recuperate because Australia is calling for overseas residents to return home immediately while the borders are closed.

“Thank god I’ve got my mom by my side because I couldn’t have done it without her.”

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Tara now has to travel abroad for new cosmetic procedures
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After transforming her body and making her face unrecognizable, practitioners in Australia no longer accept Tara’s wish to undergo further cosmetic procedures.

“I know I look different, but I don’t care what other people think. It’s my body, and it’s my choice,” she explained, revealing that she is currently traveling abroad. to treat.

“Now I go to Europe, where they are happy to take my money, but with the lockdown, I had to pause for a while. For me, every time I check in, I get a feeling. I hate to use the word addiction. , but it’s very addictive. I’m not harming anyone else, so I can’t see what the problem is.”







Doctors expressed concern for Tara when she appeared on Botched
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During an appearance on the American reality TV show Botched, the Instagram influencer tried – but failed – to convince Drs Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow to inject her with even bigger breasts. .

“Everything on me is small except for my socks… I’m looking for bigger breasts”” Tara stated on the show.

The doctors not only refused but also expressed concern for the health of the Australian star.

“I’m really concerned about Tara’s overall health. Not only because it involves surgery, but she really needs to be healthy both physically and mentally,” Dr. Nassif said at his request. she.

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Tara wants to do more things in the future
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After doing most of her plastic surgery, Tara made headlines in 2020, when she revealed her controversial plans for some unusual treatments.

The surgery addict confessed to shocking fans when she revealed her plan to remove her ribs and regain her eye color.

“There’s no limit to me when it comes to plastic surgery. It’s incredibly addictive and I’ve been wanting bigger breasts,” she admitted as she recovered from treatment in Europe before the lockdown. each.







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“I’m also looking to change my eye color to a more vibrant green, plus correcting my eyelids with blepharoplasty, blepharoplasty and brow lift.”

She continued: “While I’m at it, I’ll probably get cheek implants, a mini-surgery and I’m even looking at the possibility of having my ribs removed for a slimmer waistline.

“Just thinking about this makes me excited!”

Career OnlyFans

In 2020, Tara signed up for the adults-only registration page OnlyFans, in an effort to help fund her lifestyle and further cosmetology work during the pandemic.







The surgery star shares delicious snaps on an adult-only platform
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The content creator previously boasted of making $10,000 in her first three days on the platform, and now charges $25 a month for access to subscriber-only content .

Her profile on the saucy website reads: “Australian-sized Barbie. Human f**k doll, come play with me!”

The qualified nurse promises “returning subscribers get pictures and videos” from her, with additional premium video content available on request.

Since launching her profile OnlyFans over two years ago, Tara has posted 86 times and collected 3,400 ‘likes’ from subscribers.

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Tara often gets in trouble when leaving the house
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Aside from her work on reality TV shows and her lucrative OnlyFans profile, Tara has amassed more than 149,000 followers on Instagram.

After making her debut on the American series Botched, Tara confessed that she couldn’t leave her house without a security guard, as people kept approaching her on the street.

“People are constantly approaching me, from proposing to just wanting to take a selfie,” the medical professional explained when discussing her life in the spotlight.

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