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Olivia Newton-John's daughter Chloe Lattanzi: Plastic surgery left me 'mutilated'

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Olivia Newton John’s daughter, Chloe Lattanzi, has revealed her regrets over her various plastic surgeries, claiming she was left looking “mutilated” after a disastrous boob job.

The 31-year-old is reported to have undergone around $550,000 worth of plastic surgery, from nose jobs to breast augmentations, Botox and filler.

Lattanzi told Woman’s Day that she underwent her first surgery at a young age but that she had now removed multiple fillers from her lips and face.

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“All those things were a disaster,” she said. “Not only did the lip implants look ridiculous, the first boob op I had in Australia when I was 18, left me looking mutilated.”

Lattanzi said in the interview that she had only recently had the flubbed surgery fixed and that she’s happy with the results.

“Now I’m a 32DD and I love my body and love showing my new boos off. Mum supported my surgery decisions because she knew how unhappy I was before.”

Lattanzi, who has battled both an eating disorder and substance addiction, was also reported to have had a rib removed to make her waist look smaller, but she branded the claims an “absolute lie.”

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“I’d never dream of removing a vital part of my anatomy,” she said to the publication. “I wear a waist trainer and work out to stay in shape.”

Lattanzi recently moved to Oregon with her fiance, James Driskill, to start a marijuana business.

This article originally appeared on News.com.au.

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