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Sharon Stone went to have tumors removed, left with unsolicited breast implants

Sharon Stone has revealed that a surgeon gave her a breast implants without her consent when she went under the knife in 2001.

The award-winning actress recently came out with her memoir ‘The Beauty of Living Twice’, where she recounts her near death experience after a stroke and subarachnoid hemorrhage. In the book, Stone mentions a shocking encounter she had with her physician.

Sharon Stone breast implants

In 2001, Sharon Stone underwent surgery to remove benign tumors. The Oscar-nominated star recalls that they were “gigantic, bigger than my breast alone.”

While the surgery was successful, Stone woke up to something that she didn’t bargain for. The surgeon gave her breast implants that were a full cup-size up without her consent. She never agreed to have such operation nor was it even discussed beforehand.

It was a clear violation of her body and as a patient. When Stone confronted the surgeon on the issue, he told her that her new breasts would “go better with your hip size.”


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