REAL Housewives of Cheshire star Leanne Brown had her breast implants out after they made her sick.
The reality star, 42, claims the ‘toxic bags” in her body caused her to suffer illness and has urged her followers on social media to be more aware of what their fake boobs might be doing to them.
Leanne, who had her the removal surgery last week after previously undergoing two boobs jobs aged 21 and 26, shared a series of posts on her Instagram Stories.
These included pictures of a ruptured implant as a warning to others.
Alongside the image of the damaged implant, Leanne wrote: “This is one of the worst capsules I have seen but I wanted to share this as both were ruptured terribly calcified and as it says interestingly the mammogram came back negative!”
The ITVBe star added: “If you don’t feel right don’t take no for an answer ladies!”
The first story Leanne shared was a video featuring Dr Terry DuBrow from the E! show Botched, where he repairs plastic surgery that has gone wrong.
Leanne captioned the video: “You know when Botched Dr starts talking about breast implant illness it’s real! Listen!”
She then added links to reports showing various worrying statistics about implant-related illness and how many implants have been recalled in the States.
“Why am I still getting messages from women saying that the surgeons will not remove these kind of implants!” she wrote.
“Class 1 recall surely means you have a right to have them removed they are poison.”
This summer, Leanne appeared on the Channel 4 series Dispatches, where she discussed how her silicone implants made her sick.
“I have definitely made the decision to get rid of my breast implants. I’ve had so many of the symptoms, headaches and breast pain,” she said.
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“I have had muscle aches and fatigue. In my opinion they are definitely ticking time bombs.”
Leanne continued: “Knowing the full dangers about them. They are toxic bags. I am looking forward to going back to my natural body and being healthy and happier. Nothing is worth sacrificing your health.”
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