"A boob job wouldn’t hurt him... his chest is way too flat," she wrote.
While the self-branded Human Barbie has been criticized for her pursuit of what others consider to be an unnatural body shape
Lukyanova, who was released from the hospital yesterday, said she is speaking about the alleged assault to combat rumors
Valeria Lukyanova, better known as "Human Barbie," is typically made up to resemble a doll, but she recently went au naturel in a makeup-free selfie.
"I don't really get her. I don't get why people think she's so interesting," Justin Jedlica, aka "Human Ken," told GQ about
It's unclear if this interview took place before or after the GQ Magazine article on Lukyanova, but what was most noteworthy
Lukyanova first made headlines in 2012 for her living doll appearance, with large breasts, waist-length blond hair and wide
"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
Valeria Lukyanova, whose doll-like features and ultra-thin waist have stirred controversy in the past, has apparently made
I'm not ready to say a Barbie doll, in isolation, destroys self-esteem and causes eating disorders. But when you stack Barbie on top of all the other impossible images heaped on to children, she may contribute to a child's sense-of-self crashing down.