A mum who blagged a free nose job on the NHS has shared her opinions on plastic surgery.

Despite going under the knife herself, Carla Bellucci believes some people are "destroying themselves" by getting cosmetic work done.

In particular, she thinks the woman with the "world's biggest cheeks" has taken things too far.

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Ukrainian Anastasia Pokreshchuk is famed for her chiselled cheekbones – but Carla believes she should be banned from further treatment.

The pink haired influencer has already spent £1,500 on jabs to achieve her extreme look.

And the 33-year-old previously said: “After I had the injections and saw the changes in my cheeks, I fell in love with them…

“I understand that they look weird for other people but I don’t mind.”

But Carla, who was dubbed "Britain’s most hated woman" after faking depression for a nose job, has now criticised Anastasia’s transformation.

Speaking to the Daily Star, she said: “Oh my days, why? I’m sure this woman is beautiful inside and is a lovely person but seriously, what on earth would possess someone to do that to their face?

“I find it disturbing and incredibly sad especially when you know before they were probably really attractive. I think the person doing this should be just as much to blame, this is awful and I don’t want to be direct but to be honest it’s shocking.

“I think this should not be allowed, why would she want to destroy herself?”

The mum-of-four, from Hitchin, Herts, added: “Each to their own though. I wouldn’t want to bring a woman down but you cannot expect to do something like this to yourself and not expect a reaction.”

Anastasia, who has 89,000 followers on Instagram, got her first filler at 26 and the former brunette also has Botox injected into her forehead.

Carla meanwhile, who quit OnlyFans earlier this month as it's "now full of low class skanks", showed remorse last year for conning the NHS for her £7,000 nose job after she almost died in childbirth.

She vowed to “never put myself under the knife again” after doctors saved her when she stopped breathing for two minutes and 45 seconds following a C-section.

The former glamour model added: “With the nose job, I just think maybe I was a bit of a tw*t to go through all that just to make my nose a bit straighter.

“I am really thankful to the NHS because they did save me and my baby’s life and I know that’s hypocritical coming from me.”

And she is now calling for a law making it illegal for Anastasia and others to continually inject their face with fillers.

She said: “What is with all these women pilling fillers into their faces, they actually look like Christmas puddings.

“They have the audacity to come in at me about my life choices but do they think about their poor kids having to look at their mums like that? It’s so scary.

“I actually do find it scary how much women of all ages are messing up their faces. There should be a law against pilling fillers into these faces.

“Think before you judge is what I say. No matter what I have said or done, one thing is I don’t look like an over-filled Christmas pudding.”


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