Heidi Montag claims her cosmetic surgeon made her feel very insecure and pointed out all her flaws before she underwent ten surgical procedures in one day more in early 2010.
Heidi Montag claims her cosmetic surgeon made her feel very insecure.
The former 'The Hills' star, who underwent ten surgical procedures in one day in early 2010, including a brow lift, liposuction and two breast enlargements, originally only wanted to tweak her appearance and had no idea how much pain going under the knife would cause her.
The 27-year-old star, whose plastic surgeon Dr. Frank Ryan died in a car accident in August 2010, told Barbara Walters on 'The View': ''I really just went back in to get my nose reset and get a little bit larger of implants because I had been elbowed by a backup dancer in a music video that I was doing and then I went in and was talking to my doctor and he just kind of diagnosed me and was like, 'You should get a chin reduction, and an eyebrow lift.'
''I didn't know what an eyebrow lift and a chin reduction was! So once he kind of told me everything that was wrong with me I felt really insecure, and he gave me a really great deal on it all. He didn't tell me how extensive it was going to be, how severe, how painful, so I had no idea.''
Heidi had her breast implants reduced in size last year and now lives a much simpler life with her husband Spencer Pratt after blowing their $10 million fortune.
She said: ''We just live really humble lives. I cook a lot, I clean our house all the time.''
The couple, who live in Los Angeles, hope to have children when their lives are more stable.
Heidi said: ''First our priority is really getting a career and being stable because especially Spencer wants to be very responsible with it... To have security for our children.''
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