A twenty-five-year-old Instagram model from New Delhi, India wanted to give her followers something extra to look at. That’s why she decided to go under the knife for a $10,000 surgery that would give her a bigger bottom to show off to her 1.2 million followers. However, the cosmetic surgery was botched and became so painful that the Instagram model was unable to sit down for six months straight.

To make matters even worse, the Instagram model needed to shell out an additional $60,000 to fix the botched surgery. Because Shilpa Sethi, 25, makes cash sharing images of herself in skimpy clothing and lingerie, she struggled to make ends meet during this trying period following the botched surgery.

Sethi shares a lot of images on Instagram, but also has an OnlyFans page where she shares X-rated images of herself for a fee. She has been interested in cosmetic surgery since becoming an adult. At the age of twenty, she learned about the Brazilian Butt Lift – or BBL – a surgery where the doctor transfers fat from the waist to the butt cheeks to enhance their size and roundness.

Sethi saved ten thousand dollars to get the surgery done in Miami, which is the plastic surgery capital of the world. And while that may be true, Miami is also home to some of the most scummy doctors. There is even a surgery clinic that has killed numerous women that just keeps changing its name to avoid legal problems from following it.

“I have always admired a curvy body, and I was very flat at first,” she said.

However, the surgery quickly went wrong when she learned that the doctor she had chosen posted fake reviews on the internet.

“I chose my doctor based on what I later discovered to be fake reviews,” Shilpa said. “That first surgery was botched, and I had complications immediately after the procedure. I was short of breath and felt a sharp pain in my leg.”

In Miami, it is common for plastic surgeons to subscribe to the culture of deception. She found that out when she dug deeper into the truth and real reviews left behind by people like her.

“His office staff members had bribed every patient in the office with free [pain relieving] Arnica cream for their fake reviews,” she discovered. “The only reason I’m telling my story now is that I don’t want anybody else to go through what I’ve been through. I wish I had never picked him as my first doctor.”

The Instagram model is furious that people wrote fake reviews for something so important.

“The only reason I’m telling my story now is that I don’t want anybody else to go through what I’ve been through. I wish I had never picked him as my first doctor.”

Shilpa feels that the people who were paid to write fake reviews did the wrong thing.

“People don’t care about other people as long as they get what they want from writing their fake review,” she said.

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