Story By: Gheorghi Caraseni, Sub Editor: Michael Leidig, Agency: Central European News
Ex-beauty queen and Russian reality star Anastasia Kochervey – who once claimed she had a miscarriage after being beaten in a Turkish prison – has revealed that she has been suffering with severe pain ever since undergoing a botched boob job.
Kochervey, 26, a fitness influencer, former Miss Moscow Beauty queen, and ex-participant of the reality show ‘Dom-2’ (‘House-2’), made the revelation on Instagram.
Kochervey, who previously confessed to twice having sex with a man for money in order to help pay for her mother’s cancer treatment, said she had her first boob job when she was 21 years old.
She wrote on social media: “I suffered complications after just a couple of days. I went back to see the surgeon but he did not remove the implants, he cut me open, did something there, and then let me go.
“I lived with red, swollen breasts for two years after all this.”
The reality star said that she could not afford corrective surgery to free herself of the pain.
When she saved enough money, Kochervey said that she underwent a second operation and felt no discomfort for around a year afterwards.
However, the pain recently returned and she was hospitalised in March this year for checks on possible breast cancer.
According to reports, the tumour was confirmed as benign and doctors successfully removed it.
Kochervey said that she underwent another operation last week to remove a fibroadenoma lump and adjust the shape of her boobs.
She commented: “I want to show that mammoplasty is not always successful.”
She also added that her boob problems have been the main reason why she has remained unlucky in love until now.
In 2018, the reality star claimed she had a miscarriage after being beaten in a Turkish jail after reportedly being accused of fraud and imprisoned.
Kochervey regularly went to Turkey to buy clothes for a shop she had just opened in Moscow.
She said: “When I was in my hotel room in Turkey, the local police suddenly entered and started talking to me. I could not understand them as I do not know the language and they did not provide me with an interpreter.
“They took me into a local prison and tried to make me sign some papers written in Turkish but I did not do so. In the prison, I accidentally pushed one of the inmate girls. She and her friend attacked me and beat me up savagely.
“I shouted to them that I was pregnant and tried to explain this using gestures, but they beat me up anyway.”
Her lawyer managed to have the charges dropped and she was allowed to return to Russia.
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