Her parents wouldn’t let her play with Barbie dolls, so she turned herself into one

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Jessy Bunny is revelling in the attention her extreme looks brings her. (PHOTO: Instagram/jessy.bunny.official)
Jessy Bunny is revelling in the attention her extreme looks brings her. (PHOTO: Instagram/jessy.bunny.official)

An Austrian model is well on her way to becoming a real-life Barbie doll after she has spent more than R900 000 on plastic surgery.

“My parents didn't allow me to play with Barbie, so I decided I wanted to become a Barbie," Jessy Bunny, as she calls herself, said.

“When I was browsing the internet in my early teen years, I discovered these extreme 3D models of bimbos on pages like DeviantArt.

“And since then my dream has been to become such a doll,” the 20-year-old said.

Since getting her first boob job at the age of 18, she’s gone on to have another boob job, a Brazilian butt lift, chin surgery, liposuction and countless lip fillers in her mission to look like the iconic doll.

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Her measurements are now 115cm-65cm-112cm and her implants are a massive 2 000cc.

She funds her surgeries through her account on the adults-only subscription site OnlyFans.

However, she’s not done with plastic surgery and plans on having two ribs removed in a bid to resemble Barbie's dimensions as closely as possible.

She’s loving the attention her extreme looks brings her. 

“When I’m on the street everyone is staring at me. I can understand it since I don’t just have the biggest boobs and the most enhanced body in Vienna, I also have the biggest boobs in the whole of Austria.

“Some people make nasty comments and others want to take a photo.

“Many women on the streets love my look, which makes me very happy,” she told the Daily Star.

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Her parents are not impressed with her appearance.

“I don't have any contact with my family. They broke off contact with me after I started becoming a bimbo.”

But Jessy is undeterred, explaining, “I like that it's super-feminine and also extremely fake.

“You could say it's the perfect feminine body on steroids.”


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