Britain's vainest man: 'I hate who I have become!' NOW SAM PLANS TO SPEND ANOTHER PS20,000 ON A NEW FACE... AND HAIR LOSS TREATMENT.
Byline: ANDY RICHARDSON Staff Reporter email@example.com @andybrummail
BRITAIN'S self-confessed vainest man - who is battling body dysmorphia - is spending PS20,000 transforming his image saying: "I hate who I have become and how I look."
Sam Barton previously spent PS50,000 trying to look like TV celebrity Joey Essex but now says he wants to transform his face and body again.
The 25-year-old said he will undergo surgery for a new nose job, hair loss treatment, filler for his lips, cheeks, chin and jaw.
Sam says he also plans to have false abdominal muscles fitted.
He said: "I am never happy with the way I look and this is down to my body dysmorphia.
"I'm having work to hopefully erase the stigma attached to me, I hate who I become and how I look. I want to be unrecognisable. I want to be me now and not base my image on someone else like Joey Essex.
"I want people to say I look amazing. I will be spending around PS20,000 on the treatment in total and I am half way through it. I have been having treatment at Aesthetica Medispa in Birmingham."
I am never the way I is down to dysmorphia.
Sam." Body dysmophia is a mental disorder characterized by the obsessive idea that some aspect of one's own appearance is severel flawed and warrants exceptional measures to hide or fix it.
Sam has spent an astonishing PS50,000 in the past on procedures including teeth straightening and Botox to look like the Only Way is Essex star.
But the former Sutton Coldfield barman wants to transform the way he looks and move away from the Joey Essex image.
Sam, who is the grandson of Tony Barton, Aston Villa's European Cup winning manager, first hit the headlines after revealing he had a free nose job on the NHS. He later applied for free Botox treatment for life to combat the anxiety that his 'newfound fame' had provoked.
happy with look and this my body Sam previously spent PS20,000 on his teeth, PS5,000 on Botox and PS10,400 on a nose job. He later revealed he was declaring himself bankrupt after racking up debts of PS35,000 living a champagne lifestyle, blowing up to PS2,000 on a night out.
treatment the electric am never happy with the way I look and this is down to my body dysmorphia. Sam Barton
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|Publication:||Birmingham Mail (England)|
|Date:||Nov 24, 2017|
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