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Woman's Sugar Daddies Sprang for Woman's Barbie Doll Inspired Plastic Surgery

A woman who says she had a lot of ups and downs in life finally decided to chuck convention into the wind and live life as she always dreamed she could. She wanted to become a living Barbie doll, and she employed the help of some male friends to make it happen. She now feels her life has taken a turn for the better.

Katie Rose, a 34-year-old business woman from Los Angeles, California, claims that she had a 'great childhood', but she did struggle with depression as she grew up. In 2016, she was diagnosed with cancer, and underwent her first breast surgery. Depression only got worse after that, so she decided life was too short to be unhappy.

Rose decided to live the life she wanted to live, and the life she wanted to live was that of a real-life Barbie doll. She owned a doll, and it inspired her. She wanted to look like Barbie so that she could feel beautiful and attract positive attention from men-- specifically, men willing to shower her with gifts.

"As a child my role model was always Barbie, she was beautiful and always put together. I do consider myself my own Barbie doll," she said.

Rose began having procedures done to change her physique. She had her breasts enlarged to a G-cup. She had fillers and Botox injections. Rose also keeps up with 'maintenance' every six months. So far, she's spent over $40,000 on various procedures, but it wasn't her money. The money came from her sugar daddies.

The living doll is not nearly finished, though. Since having the procedures, she has attracted a lot more attention. She's now collecting more money from men to have her breasts made even larger, as well as for other work she wants done.

Ever since she started living the way she wants, Rose says she's been happier than ever.

“I have had a lot of positive support from sugar daddies and always love people who contribute to my journey,” she said, according to the Daily Mail. "The reactions from people have always been positive. I get looks all the time and people tell me how they love my lips, or my ‘boobs are so amazing. What doctor did you go to?’"

She says she won't accept any negative attention from people. When people say rude or offensive things about her lifestyle on social media, she just blocks them.

“I only allow positivity in my life, I do not have time for any negativity. If someone wants to do that they just shouldn’t share that with me," she explained. "I will block them on social media or just ignore them. I don’t care what they think. I am so happy and that’s all that matters.”

No matter what others say, however, it won't bring her down. Rose has been through too much to care about nay-sayers.

"Be true to yourself and live your life for you. You get one life to live and be happy," Rose says. "I am beyond grateful for everything that has come my way and things I have been able to do with the help of others."

Source: Daily Mail
Photos: Katie Rose / mediadrumworld.com

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