A Finnish woman, whose says her ultimate goal is to look like a real-life sex doll, claims plastic surgery procedures are ‘better than sex’.
22-year-old Amanda Ahola has spent more than $25,000 on various procedures since she was 18, including three different breast enlargement operations.
Amanda, a webcam model, has also spent thousands on numerous fillers, Botox, nose jobs and more in order to achieve her desired look, despite one operation nearly killing her.
After paying for her first two breast enlargement surgeries herself, and having travelled to Estonia aged 18 for the first one, Amanda found a sugar daddy who paid for the third.
Speaking to MailOnline, she said:
I found my sugar daddy on Instagram. I wasn’t like looking for him. He asked me if there was anything that I would like and I said that I would like bigger boobs.
I have never met my sugar daddy. I’ve only spoken him with him on the phone. Obviously if someone wants to pay my bills or surgeries and is content to not having a physical relationship with me that is fine.
However, it was this third surgery that almost killed her.
Appearing on E!’s reality series Botched, the 22-year-old talked about her addiction to plastic surgery, and the dire consequences that can result from taking it too far.
Afterwards, I woke up in the ICU. I did have my surgery but I had had a seizure and I went into a coma for several days after my surgery. The doctors told me that it’s the anesthesia that is the problem.
Despite this, Amanda appeared on the show to ask surgeons about getting more procedures done, and still claims surgery is ‘better than sex’.
Getting implants was one of the best days of my life but they were not as big as I wanted.
After my second boob job it became really apparent to me that I had an addiction because I realized how happy it had made me. I would say that plastic surgery is better than sex… way better.
I was really close to dying but even after the near-death experience I’m still as addicted as I ever were to 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.