Mum wants daughter, 14, to get plastic surgery because 'ugly people get nowhere'

Mum wants daughter, 14, to get plastic surgery because 'ugly people get nowhere'

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A mum who faked depression to get a nose job on the NHS wants her 14-year-old daughter to have plastic surgery too because 'ugly people get nowhere'.

Carla Bellucci, 37, from Borehamwood, Hertfordshire, says her girl Tanisha is not a natural scholar and instead encouraged her to work on her looks.

The mum-of-three made national headlines when she confessed to lying about depression in order to get taxpayers to pay for her nose job.

Carla has now told Closer magazine: "Tanisha isn't the most academic of girls, so I don't really care about her education, unlike with my boys.

"She will need to rely on her looks to get on in life so she will need to be perfect. Ugly people get nowhere these days.

"At the moment she loves the Kardashian look with the big bum and boobs and pouty lips. She's going to get fillers when she is 16, which I fully support."

She is encouraging her girl to get breast implants and teeth veneers, The Sun reports.

Carla would also back her girl if she wanted to have a Brazilian bum lift, a risky operation which claims the lives of one in 3,000 patients.  

She told Closer that her daughter's bum 'needs improving', describing it as 'very flat', and said she is saving money to pay for her daughter to go under the knife.

However, the shameless mum admitted she would try to get the NHS to pay for her girl's surgery.

The mother spends about £200 a month on Tanisha's looks, investing in hair extensions, nail treatments and eyebrow tinting.  

Tanisha is going to have fillers and botox when she turns 16 and then breast implants at 18, her mum said.

Carla made headlines back in June when she spoke of pretending to have depression in order to get a nose job on the NHS.

The former glamour model went to see her GP in a bid to get a slight bump on her nose smoothed out.

She says she then flirted with the doctor, who told her how to game the system by pretending she was having mental health difficulties.

“The funny thing is I’ve never had depression, never been prescribed medication for it or had any therapy," she told The Daily Star. "They didn’t check a thing.”

Carla had the two-hour operation at Chase Farm in Enfield, north London, part of the London Royal Free NHS Foundation Trust, in February.

The 37-year-old added that she 'didn't care what people say' about her 'milking the system' as 'that's what it's there for'.

She also said she would encourage her daughter to do the same thing if she was not happy with her nose.

Not everybody was impressed by Carla's admission.

After she went public with the rouse a petition was set up calling for her to be prosecuted. So far it has received 143 signatures.





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