She spent $100,000 on procedures to become a human sex-doll

A transgender woman whose dream is to look exactly like a blow-up sex doll had her request for breast enlargement surgery refused by two plastic surgeons who claimed that increasing her bust size to a 38MMM could kill her.

Katella Dash, 38, was born male, but underwent gender reassignment surgery at age 23.

Since then she has spent $100,000 on seven breast augmentations, implants in her lips, cheeks and chin – and she still wants more.

Transgender Katella Dash, who wants to boost her boobs to 38MMM to look like a blow up sex doll gets refused surgery on show Botched. The 38 year-old was born male but had a gender change op at 23 and has since spent close to $100,000 on plastic surgery. Katella – who readily admits she wants to look like a blow up doll – now wants to boost her bust from 38H to a triple M cup. She appeared on the show Botched to meet plastic surgeons Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow who both looked stunned as she walked into their office with a blow up doll and said: “I want to look like this!” But they refused to operate on her, telling her that increasing her bust size to a triple M could kill her. Katella was not happy with the news and pouted her fake lips and still vowed to find some way to increase her breasts. (foto:Profimedia)

“I think I do have an obsession with plastic surgery,” she says. “But being over the top and extreme feels normal to me.

“The look I am going for is a walking blow up sex doll – it’s about as fake a person as you can be.”

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