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Brit woman who faked depression to get £7k NHS nose job says YOU should pay for £6k bum lift as ‘compensation’ for making her ‘insecure’

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BRITAIN’S “most hated woman” who faked depression to get a NHS-funded £7,000 nose job says the British public owe HER cash to pay for a butt lift after she was trolled.

Carla Bellucci, 37, said she couldn’t open her social media accounts without being bombarded with hate messages, telling her that she was fat and should kill herself.

Carla Bellucci said she wanted to raise £6,000 for a butt lift operation
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Carla Bellucci said she had faked depression to get a nose job
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The mum-of-three said she had gone through a breakdown from all the hate messages she received – and was now fundraising for a £6,000 bum lift operation to boost her confidence.

Speaking to the Sun Online, Carla said: “I have been told by so many people how awful and horrendous I am. People tell me to go kill myself.

“I’ve had my breakdown, had my meltdown, had my moments.

“I blame the public for making me feel so insecure with all the hate.

“I’m holding them responsible and I need some compensation.”

The scrounging mum-of-three launched a GoFundMe page last week, but has only raised £12 so far to bankroll a butt lift and implants at a private clinic.

I’m holding the British public responsible and I need some compensation


Carla Bellucci

Carla became known as the “most hated woman” in Britain after faking depression and flirting with a GP to get a small bump in her nose fixed.

She underwent a two-hour nose augmentation at Chase Farm Hospital in Enfield, North London.

But she said she backlash from her operation had gotten so bad she was now in the process of hiring a security guard to protect her.

Carla, from Borehamwood, Herts, said: “I did not expect to get this much hate.

“I can’t even walk down the street, it’s that bad.”

The mum said she couldn’t even open her social media accounts without being attacked, saying: “People tell me I look like I’ve been in a car crash, that I look like a bulldog who has eaten a wasp.

“I’ve been blamed for breaking the NHS.”

NHS and plastic surgery

COSMETIC surgery is not routinely provided on the NHS but can be provided for psychological or other health reasons.

The NHS might pay for:

  • Breast implants if a woman’s breasts are severely underdeveloped or asymmetrical, and it’s clear this is causing her significant psychological distress
  • Nose reshaping if the person has breathing problems
  • A tummy tuck if the person has excess fat or skin after weight loss or pregnancy
  • A breast reduction operation if the weight of a woman’s breasts is causing her back problems

But she said she held out hope she would be able to raise the cash needed for her surgeries.

She insisted: “I have only raised £12 so I haven’t done very well.

“But you know, I do think someone will come up with it pretty soon.”

She said she was particularly keen to get a new nose job after being insulted on This Morning by host Phillip Schofield.

Carla, who described herself as the “girl next door”, said: “Phillip Schofield said (my nose) was wonky so now I want to get it redone.

“I was insulted on national TV.

“What I did, people might disagree with but the fact is, I was bullied.

“To be told it was still wonky, after going through what I did with my surgery, it’s a massive kick in the teeth.

“That one comment from Phillip Schofield broke me.”

It comes after the brazen mum appeared on ITV’s This Morning freely admitting she “milked the system”, but Phillip didn’t hold back.

He told her: “Your nose is still a bit off! You will get battered on social media.”


 

Cosmetic surgery is not routinely provided on the NHS but can be given for psychological or physical health reasons.

A spokesman for the Royal Free London said: “Carla Bellucci had a medical procedure at Chase Farm Hospital. No cosmetic work was carried out.

“We would ask her to use our official complaints channels if she has any concerns about her care.”

The mum is trying to raise thousands for her next procedure
The mum is trying to raise thousands for her next procedure
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Carla told her GP she had depression
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Carla underwent the operation in February
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Phillip laid into Carla and said people would tear into her on social media[/caption]

Phil told her her nose was ‘still a little wonky’

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