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Beware The Fake Fake Bottoms In New York

by | 9th, March 2008

jennifer-lopez-buttocks.gifIN the New York Post, a story of the woman who promises a better bottom – a Jennifer Lopezxbottom.

Note: Botox and buttocks are not the same thing. When talking with your surgeon, hairdresser  or rumpologist remember to speak clearly:

“I need to see your butt,” Kimberly Smedley told a Post reporter posing as a customer last week in a suite at the Eastgate Tower Hotel on East 39th Street.

Smedley, a heavyset woman wearing camouflage pants and fake Ugg boots, then demanded $1,600 in cash to give nine injections to each cheek.

Sitting on a coffee table was a Poland Spring jug, which she claimed contained “medical-grade silicone,” along with a syringe and cotton balls.

“It’s illegal,” she said. “I’m not a doctor, and I’m not a nurse”…

When it was her turn, the woman lay face down on a couch, in view of the others, while Smedley gave her about 10 shots on each side.

“I wanted a J.Lo butt – full, round and high,” the woman said.

The injections gave her the “lift” she wanted – at first. But now she is seeing doctors for many hard lumps, ripples and skin discolorations that have developed on her rear.

Anorak advises that these small bumps – or Minogues – are investigated…

Pic: Hack 

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