Her daughter Tori Glynn is 18 and has appeared on MTV’s True Life with her mother. She talked about her mom, saying, “She is kind of like too much, and she’s not taking into consideration that this is your project, this is your thing and not all of ours.”
Tori says she and her siblings are concerned about their mother’s health. They fear larger implants will have terrible side effects and may even cause her death.
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Tori has said that she does not want her mother to have larger breasts, but she says that Wildd doesn’t consider their thoughts and opinions on her surgery. “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.
Ms. Wildd, whose real name is Paula Simonds, is planning to push through with the surgery despite her children’s objections. She says she will be closer to her goal of becoming the model with the biggest breasts. Having a larger chest will increase her fame and income, she believes. She wants to give her kids a good life, so she wants to make as much money as possible now.
Growing up, Wildd was a thin brunette waitress. She became a teen mother. She realized she wasn’t making the same amount as the blonds with the bigger breasts. Her previous jobs have included being a tattoo artist, veterinary assistant, and marketer.
After saving up money from waitressing, she had her first surgery going from A cup to D cup at age 21.
Recalling her first surgery, she says,”That was the day that changed my life. It gave me a lot more confidence. The way people noticed me. People wanted to be around me. I turned myself into a Barbie.”
She moved to Las Vegas to work as a show girl and continued to enhance her body.
She continued having surgeries until she became an L cup. The surgery addict prepares her skin beforehand to avoid rupture after the implants are put. She’s also had two tummy tucks, four full body liposuction, ab sculpting, butt implants, lip implants, and two butt lifts.
She says on the TLC show that her abs have been sewn together so that she doesn’t need to do sit-ups. Her flat abdomen feels like “guitar strings.”
Cosmetic and reconstructive surgeon Dr. Alberto Gallerani has warned Wildd that she may be suffering from body dysmorphic disorder and has advised against further breast surgery. The skin around her breasts have already been stretched thin, and it is dangerous for her to undergo any more surgery. The doctor advises her to seek help for her surgery obsession.
Wildd says that this operation to go to a QQQ cup size will be her last surgery. She told reporters, “My major goal is to actually retire the boobs. I never really wanted to be known for my boobs, I guess my boobs made me famous. I know a lot of people worry that I am hurting myself or my kids. I promise you, I am not.”