Woman claims to have surgery to add 3rd breast

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Have you ever been so fed up with the dating scene that you considered reconstructive surgery to make yourself less attractive?

A woman calling herself, Jasmine Tridevil, a 21-year-old massage therapist from Tampa, Florida, says she underwent surgery to have a third breast implanted right in between her left and right breasts. In an interview, Tridevil told Orlando radio station Real Radio 104.1 she had to contact 50 or more doctors before she found one who would perform this surgery. “It was really hard finding someone that would do it too because they’re breaking the code of ethics,” she said. Tridevil also told the station that her family is displeased with her decision to have this surgery.

She says her goals was to make herself less attractive to men because she is no longer interested in dating. She also expressed that she really wants to have her own reality show on MTV and she thinks this is the best way to reach that goal.

 Florida TV station WTSP interviewed her about the procedure.   She flashed the plastic surgery at the camera during the report.  When they asked for a closer look.  She said they will have to wait until episode six of her show. She only allowed the interview on the terms that the station would discuss her self produced TV show.  Tridevil hopes it will get picked up by a cable TV network.

Many of the reports about this “project” as she calls it on her Facebook page come from Tridevil. Her website “JasmineTridevil.com” is registered to a Alisha Jasmine Hessler.  She is also  Tampa-area massage therapist who bears a striking resemblance to Jasmine Tridevil.  A website linked to a Snopes.com article says, “Provider of internet hoaxes since 2014. Specialist in massage for three breasted woman.”

This calls into question the entire fiasco. But, Alisha Hessler’s website looks much different than the website mentioned in the Snopes.com article.



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