A mother has admitted to encouraging her daughter to pursue sugar daddies and work as a stripper in order to fund their cosmetic surgery addiction.
41-year-old Georgina Clarke appeared on ITV’s The Kyle Files alongside her 23-year-old daughter, Kayla, to talk about how, when Kayla was a teen, Georgina encouraged her to sleep with men and dance for money.
Together, they’ve spent around £600,000 on cosmetic surgery. At age 11, Kayla had apparently already planned her first breast enlargement so she could look like her idol, Katie Price.
While she was initially keen to follow in her mother’s footsteps when she was a teen, Kayla now wants to change her aesthetic, the Mirror reports.
She asked her mum:
What sort of mother allows her 18-year-old daughter to actually dance and sleep with older men in return for cosmetic procedures?
As Georgina tried to defend her actions, saying she liked Kayla’s bigger lips and bust, host Jeremy Kyle was not so impressed, calling her ‘disgusting’.
If my 18-year-old daughter was sleeping with a 50-year-old man in return for money to have her boobs done or her lips, I wouldn’t think of myself as a very good parent Georgina.
Prior to the show, Georgina told the MailOnline how she was happy for her daughter to strip so they could fund their surgeries, while she also encouraged her to date a sugar daddy in his 50s, when she was 18.
Georgina admitted to finding the cosmetic surgery procedures ‘quite addictive’, and how she still wasn’t happy with her own appearance.
By the end of the episode, Georgina seemed to acknowledge what she did wasn’t right, and appeared apologetic and emotional.
In a previous interview, Georgina said:
When Kayla told me that she wanted a boob job and plastic surgery, I was glad because I wanted her to be that kind of person.
I’m so lucky to have a daughter like Kayla who pays for my treatments. I don’t mind her having a sugar daddy or stripping to pay for our cosmetic work because we’re living the dream. I’m really proud of her.
Now, however, Georgina admitted to feeling ‘rubbish’ about the situation and called it ‘not right’.
While Kayla said she remembers feeling pressure from social media to look good, she now finds old pictures of herself ‘ridiculous’, saying ‘if you aren’t secure and happy in yourself, and you have the money, then you will [have plastic surgery].’
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Charlie Cocksedge is a journalist at UNILAD. He graduated from the University of Manchester with an MA in Creative Writing, where he learnt how to write in the third person, before getting his NCTJ. His work has also appeared in such places as The Guardian, PN Review and the bin.