Woman Spends $99,000 To Look Like Blow-Up Sex Doll

Being a natural beauty doesn't appeal much to Katella Dash.

The 38-year-old massage therapist from Minneapolis says she has spent an estimated $99,000 trying to look as fake as possible.

"I love to look plastic -- most people hate me for my extreme appearance but it fuels me to get more work done," she said, according to the Mirror. "I think I do have an obsession with plastic surgery, but being over the top and extreme feels normal to me. The look I am going for is a walking blow-up sex doll -- it's about as fake a person as you can be."

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She started her transformation at age 23, when she had male-to-female gender reassignment surgery in Thailand.

"When I was younger, I felt too feminine for a boy -- I was more feminine than most females," she told Barcroft TV. "The way I would talk, the way I would move my hands, the way I spoke. I had the operation and I've never looked back. Now I want to achieve a hyper-feminine, extreme look."

Dash spends three hours each day on hair and makeup. She's had numerous plastic surgeries on different body parts, but has focused on her breasts which she's had pumped up to a whopping size H.

"Right now, the only thing stopping me going to a size L or M is that no surgeons in the U.S. are willing to operate on me," she said, according to the Daily Mail. "I have gone abroad for surgery before so I might have to do it again."

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Dash's friend, Michel Voeller, hopes that's not the case.

"Her obsession with surgery is scary, especially considering the risks involved," he said, reports the Daily Star. "It's definitely getting out of control and could be dangerous."

Minneapolis plastic surgeon Dr. Greg Mesna is also warning Dash against bigger boobs because "extremely large implants can erode through the tissues and become exposed," he told the paper.

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Dash is not the only person with intentions of becoming a living doll.

Ukrainian model Valeria Lukyanova is so obsessed with becoming a real-life Barbie doll that she has apparently made it her goal to survive "on air and light alone."

Justin Jedlica, a 32-year-old from New York City, has spent an estimated $100,000 trying to become what he calls a human Ken doll.

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