Monday, September 22, 2014

Woman, 21, Paid $20,000 To Surgically Add Third Breast In Desperate Bid To Become A Reality TV Star (Video)

  • Jasmine Tridevil, 21, 'paid $20,000 to add a breast to become a TV star'
  • She was 'rejected by 50 doctors who feared violating ethical codes'
  • It took her two years to find willing surgeon who would also add a nipple
  • She now has a film crew tracking her 'struggles as a three-breasted woman'

A 21-year-old woman claims to have paid $20,000 to surgically add a third breast in a desperate bid to become a reality TV star.

Jasmine Tridevil, not her real name, insists she was rejected by more than 50 doctors who feared violating ethical codes before she found a willing surgeon who would perform the procedure.

Now, she has hired a camera crew to follow her around Tampa, Florida, documenting the 'struggles' she faces as a three-breasted woman.

While the procedure is possible, surgeons are barred from carrying out any operations that could be harmful to 'human dignity'.

The ethical code outlined by the American Board of Plastic Surgeons dictates that 'the principal objective of the medical profession is to render services to humanity with full respect for human dignity.'

Cosmetic surgeons are under strict guidelines to solely 'enhance the norm' of a patient's body.

However, Tridevil claims she found a surgeon who agreed to carry out the unusual operation on the grounds that she kept their name a secret.

She says the medic took tissue from her abdomen and used it to fashion the third breast - a procedure commonly used for normal breast enhancements.

The massage therapist, who recently celebrated her 21st birthday, has shared dozens of pictures of her new look in custom made bikinis on her Facebook fan page in a bid to convince followers the surgery was legitimate.

And she has proudly declared that she been disowned by her mother and sister, who ran out the room in disgust when they saw what she had done.

'My mum ran out of the door. She won't talk to me. She won't let my sister talk to me,' Tridevil said.

'My dad… he really isn't happy. He is kind of ashamed of me but he accepted it.'

However, Tridevil insists she has no regrets as she prepares to send pilot episodes of her self produced reality show titled Jasmine's Jugs to MTV.

'My whole dream is to get this show on MTV,' she told Real Radio 104.1.

'I'm dumping every penny I have into this. If this doesn't work, I'm through.'

Scot Glasberg, president-elected of the American Society of Plastic Surgeons blasted the stunt as 'worse than unethical' and 'harmful to society'.

He told MailOnline that the operation appears to be legitimate and said: 'This violates every ethical principle not just in surgery but in medicine as well.

'We look to enhance the norm. This is not the norm.

'Nothing speaks louder than the fact that the surgeon required the patient to sign a non-disclosure form.'

Mr Glasberg said the case will likely be reported to the national board of plastic surgeons and if the surgeon is tracked down they will likely have their license revoked.

'I meet with patients twice before the operation to make sure they are doing it for the right reasons.

'These are not the right reasons, this is sensationalist and quite frankly horrible.'

Despite scheduling interviews, creating a fan page, and hiring a film crew, Tridevil insists her apparent surgery was not an attempt become famous.

'I got it because I wanted to make myself unattractive to men,' she claims. 

'Because I don't want to date anymore.'

The new look is reminiscent of the alluring three-breasted prostitute who parades around semi-topless in the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger film Total Recall.

The bizarre character prompted one of the most famous movie quotes to date, as a man declares: 'Baby, you make me wish I had three hands!'

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