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Hugh Hefner‘s widow, who is 34, explained on social media Wednesday that she suffered complications during a fat transfer surgery. She shared the scary details of the event on Instagram along with a selfie showing her chest wrapped in bandages.
“I had a fat transfer surgery October 16 and almost didn’t make it through. I lost half the blood in my body and ended up in the hospital needing a blood transfusion,” the Playboy model begins in her caption.
Hefner said she’s been “slowly eating my way back to health” and is “finally feeling ok.”
Hugh Hefner’s third wife went on to say she’s become an advocate for “being natural” in recent years, recalling her
On Wednesday, January 6, the Girls Next Door alum detailed via Instagram how she “almost didn’t make it through” her fat transfer surgery in October 2020. “I lost half the blood in my body and ended up in the hospital needing a blood transfusion,” the 34-year-old wrote alongside a pic of herself wrapped in bandages. “I’ve been slowly eating my way back to health since then and I am now finally feeling OK.”
Hefner continued, “I advocate for being natural since I got very ill and removed my implants and everything else toxic in my body in 2016. I should have learned my lesson the first time but I guess the universe keeps sending you the same lesson until you learn it.”
The model explained how
After years of rampant deaths in Florida’s cosmetic surgery clinics, state lawmakers approved sweeping legislation Wednesday that calls for some of the nation’s strictest controls of the industry.
If signed by the governor, the new law would allow the state for the first time to punish dangerous plastic surgery facilities and shut down the worst offenders.
The legislation passed after years of no regulation in Florida, where private investors opened high-volume, discount clinics that became magnets for women seeking cosmetic procedures.
“It’s been long overdue,” said Crystal Call, 34, of New York, whose mother found her in a locked recovery room nearly bleeding to death after her surgery in Miami. “[It’s] sad that so many people had to die or have serious injuries