TRIPLE-H BOOBS RUINED MY LIFE.A BLONDE model who had plastic surgery to boost her breasts to a massive 32HHH HHH Hubert H. Humphrey
HHH Hash House Harriers
HHH Hot Hot Heat (band)
HHH Hunter Hearst Helmsley (aka Triple H)
HHH Hou Hsiao-Hsien (Taiwanese film director) now wants a boob REDUCTION after admitting: "They are ruining my life."
Ashley Bond, 26, says her enormous chest has brought nothing but heartache and misery.
Ashley, who got married nine months ago and is now six months pregnant, is also worried about the effect her distorted body will have on her unborn daughter - even though breast-feeding should not be a problem.
In a tearful interview with the Sunday People, she confessed: "I made a terrible mistake. I feel like a freak.
"People now point at me in the street and make nasty and hurtful hurt·ful
Causing injury or suffering; damaging.
hurt comments right to my face.
"I realise now that my appearance is not sexy at all. It makes me look ridiculous and I have become increasingly self-conscious."
"Now I'm pregnant I just want to be normal again for the sake of my child."
The Sunday People revealed last year in an article headlined "Freak Show For other uses of this word, see Freakshow (disambiguation).
A freak show is an exhibition of rarities, "freaks of nature" — such as unusually tall or short humans, and people with both male and female secondary sexual characteristics — and performances that are " how blue-eyed Ashley spent pounds 20,000 on THREE boob ops in an attempt to become "Britain's bustiest female".
She was convinced her Triple H breasts would catapult her to fame and fortune in the glamour world. And she claimed she had never looked better.
But since her last operation a year ago, Ashley has endured a catalogue of hell. She told how she was;
SPAT at by jealous women who accused her of trying to steal their boyfriends.
Having a stalk or stem. Often used in combination: long-stalked; short-stalked.
Adj. 1. by several different men.
SNUBBED by some of her closest friends because they were too embarrassed to be seen with her.
JEERED and laughed at by complete strangers in the street
REALISED when she was pregnant that she risked making her unborn child's life hell.
Ashley, who now tries to hide her breasts by wearing baggy clothes, said at her Sheffield home: "I am seen as one big joke.
"Even some of my friends turned against me and my own mother does not like to go out with me because she can't bear all the stick I get.
"But getting married and being pregnant has made me realise the things that are really important and how shallow I was for going through such extreme surgery.
"And with a baby on the way, things have become even worse because my bust has got even bigger. I feel like I am just a walking pair of breasts."
Ashley's story is a morality tale of how an obsession with fame and money can have devastating consequences.
She said: "People think they have a right to say anything they like about me without giving a jot about my feelings.
"Once I was in a supermarket and I heard a couple of the staff say, `She looks absolutely gross'. They didn't even bother to whisper.
"I ignored them but I felt so humiliated hu·mil·i·ate
tr.v. hu·mil·i·at·ed, hu·mil·i·at·ing, hu·mil·i·ates
To lower the pride, dignity, or self-respect of. See Synonyms at degrade. I got out of the shop as soon as I could.
"Another time I was out shopping and a man basically followed me around the town centre all afternoon. I didn't know what to do and had to run through a big crowd to lose him.
"I never realised the awful effect the operations would have. I look down and see those two mammoth things on my chest and I hate what I see.
"I used to be really bubbly and extrovert extrovert /ex·tro·vert/ (eks´tro-vert)
1. a person whose interest is turned outward.
2. to turn one's interest outward to the external world. but now I am introverted in·tro·vert·ed
Marked by interest in or preoccupation with oneself or one's own thoughts as opposed to others or the environment. and don't even go clubbing like I used to."
But Ashley accepts there is only one person to blame - herself.
She said: "I know some people will think it serves me right and they may be right. But I was naive and did not realise the full consequences of what I was doing to myself."
Petite Ashley, whose real name is Jane Eyre, once measured a sexy - and natural - 32C-20-28.
But she was desperate to build a modelling career - and believed the only way to the top was to have the biggest breasts possible. The first op, seven years ago, took her to a D-cup and the next to an E-cup.
But that wasn't enough - and, in August last year, Ashley had pump-up implants inserted.
It meant her breasts could be inflated like balloons by injecting saline solution saline solution
A solution of any salt, usually an isotonic sodium chloride solution. Also called salt solution.
A solution of sterile water and salt used in a variety of medical procedures. through invisible valves under her arms.
Lots of glamour work followed - and for the first six months she was happy. But soon the fuss died down and Ashley began seeing the effects her breasts were having. Husband Lee Buisson, 26 - who originally supported her decision - often got angry when men gawped at her.
And even the couple's sex life suffered. She said: "I thought my breasts would improve our sex life but it has done the opposite.
"I feel self-conscious and I am always pulling the covers up. I can't help thinking he is turned off when he sees my breasts. And he can't lie on top of me because it's too uncomfortable."
It was when Ashley discovered she was pregnant in March that she decided she had to do something.
She said: "I don't want my daughter to go through abuse because of what I look like and I don't want her to be ashamed of me.
"I can't wait to have my breasts reduced - and I intend to do that as soon as I've had the baby.
"I want to turn my back on modelling and be a good mother - and that includes breast-feeding.
"I paid a heavy price for changing the way I looked. I just want to look normal and have my life back again."
HER HUSBAND SAYS:
HUSBAND Lee, a promotions manager, believes his wife has gone too far with her surgery.
He said: "I love her but I can't deny the fact that her breasts look a bit ridiculous.
"I had only been seeing her a couple of months at the time at the time of her latest op and I didn't think it was my place to tell her what she could or couldn't do with her body. They are far too big for her frame and they just cause unwanted attention.
"Some men may think it is great to be with a woman with such big breasts but it's not - they even get in the way of sex.
"They are basically too big to handle.
"I like women with a nice figure - but I would not call myself a boob man in the slightest."
HER MUM AND DAD SAY:
ASHLEY'S parents are ecstatic at her decision to reduce her bust.
Her father David, a social worker, said: "We have wanted her to do this for a long time and we are glad she has finally come to her senses.
"She is a beautiful girl and we have always loved and supported her. But it was painful to watch what she was doing to herself and hear the hurtful things people were saying."
Her mother Elaine, a restaurant manager, added: "Her breasts are now far too big for her frame and I have seen all the grief she has had from people because of it.
"Her marriage and pregancy have had a remarkable change in her and I am happy she is finally turning her back on the glamour world.
"She is a great-looking girl and she does not need enormous breasts."
A TOP DOCTOR SAYS:
ASHLEY has made the right decision to have a breast reduction, says expert Dr Tony Carr Tony Carr (b. 1950) is the current Director of Youth Development at West Ham United FC. Carr was born in Bow, East London and was a West Ham youth player in the late 1960's, cleaning the boots of the famous World Cup players Geoff Hurst, Bobby Moore and Martin Peters. .
Dr Carr, head of clinical psychology at the University of Plymouth The University of Plymouth is the largest university in the southwest of England, with over 30,000 students and is the fifth largest UK university based on student population. (Larger universities are Open, London, Manchester, and Manchester Metropolitan respectively. , said: "For the vast majority of people who have cosmetic surgery cosmetic surgery, plastic surgery for cosmetic purposes, such as the improvement of the appearance of the face by removing wrinkles or reshaping the nose. it has a positive effect on their life and relationships.
"But Ashley's case has shown what can happen when plastic surgery is taken to extremes. The type of response she has had from people is similar to how people react to disfigurement dis·fig·ure
tr.v. dis·fig·ured, dis·fig·ur·ing, dis·fig·ures
To mar or spoil the appearance or shape of; deform.
[Middle English disfiguren, from Old French desfigurer .
"People see Ashley's surgery not as an enhancement but a flaw.
"Society expects people's bodies to be in proportion but Ashley's bust was very disproportionate with the rest of her body. She violated that basic rule.
"Ashley now needs to develop other skills to get her through life - not rely on her looks."