Friday, 15 June 2012
Lacey Wildd l-Cup Breasts
Lacey's children, who range in age from five to 27, say her huge br***ts are embarrassing and want her to stop risking her health. Lacey Wildd l-cup,
But glamour model Lacey, whose real name is Paula Simonds, said: "If I have triple M implants it will take me into the top five big br*****d models in the world. Shot Girls Butt Injections,
"There is a top five 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."
Lacey, who is a mother to Ivy, 27, Silas, 24, Tori, 16, Michael, 15, Brandon, 10, and Jenaveve, five, has been a single parent for a year, since splitting from long-term boyfriend Manny.
"I used to be a showgirl in Vegas when I was younger and loved the limelight," said Lacey, who was married in her 20s.
"When I had my kids I decided to focus on my family and became a stay-at-home mom. Now I need to support us, so I went back to my career as a big-breasted model."
Now she appears in films, TV shows, and advertisements, and has thousands of online fans.
But Lacey's children are worried the MMM implants will cause side-effects such as stretching, tearing, or even an infection that might kill her.
Tori, 16, said: "I don't want my mom to have her b**bs made any bigger.
"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?"
But determined Lacey, from Hollywood, Florida, USA, says 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'm also trying to lose weight, and I went on a diet of liquid, vitamin B12 shots and apples for a while."
Lacey also wears a corset to sculpt her waist, and has already undergone two tummy tucks, four full body liposuctions, abs sculpting, and had butt implants and two butt lifts.
"I know that the surgery is going to be dangerous. I went into this knowing that there are going to be very big risks involved. But I'm ready to take that chance," she added.
If she goes ahead, her new MMM implants will propel her into the top echelons of big-br***d models, which is headed by Chelsea Charms and her assets.
But cosmetic and reconstructive surgeon Dr Alberto Gallerani, based in Miami, warned Lacey may be suffering from Body Dysmorphic Disorder and should not have further breast implants.
"The skin around her br***s is already extremely thin, and it would be too dangerous for her to undergo more surgery," he said.
"I would advise she reconsider and seek help for her surgery obsession."
But Lacey, who has fans all over the globe, believes there are surgeons willing to carry out larger breast implants, and is considering going abroad for an operation.
When asked about her children's concerns, she told Huffington Post UK: "We must all take risks in life to further and change our lives for the better.
"I love my six children dearly and I am willing to do what it takes to provide for them.
"I would die for my children. And I have lived my life for them. They mean the world to me. And I hope someday they will understand why."
She admitted she worries about the effects of her fame in her children, especially Tori and Michael, who are in high school.
"I know Tori probably gets teased at school about me. All the boys she knows want to be my friends on Facebook," she said.
"But whenever the kids bring friends home, they see I'm really cool, like a normal mom. I dress normally at home, play with the kids and make nice meals for my family.
"When I'm not acting or modelling, I'm just like anyone else."
Lacey, who also has silicone lip implants, is often mobbed by fans at the beach or the mall while dressed up for modelling assignments.
But whenever she is out with her youngest children she is very protective so they have space together as a family.
Lacey added: "I was one of six children, and my mom was so poor we couldn't afford a place with electricity or running water.
"I want to provide for my kids and pay for a college education, so they have opportunities I didn't have. I'm 44 now, so I want to do this now while I still can.
"I'm more determined than ever to have this surgery, and make my dreams a reality."