Reality stars often obtain cheap PR by talking about plastic surgery. This one is over the top even for a reality star:
Brandi Glanville charged her ex-husband for a vaginal rejuvenation procedure:
“I would ask Eddie from time to time if my vagina was the same after childbirth. He always said yes, except once,” Glanville writes. “He was actually quite vulgar.” In the book she writes that a week after her surgery, Cibrian called her screaming, “What the f**k cost you $12,000? Did you get a nose job?” According to Glanville, she simply responded, “Yes. A nose job,” and hung up.
“I decided that since Eddie ruined my vagina for me, he could pay for a new one,” Glanville writes in her book.
The fact that Ms Glanville spends time smearing her ex is not all the surprising. I’ve been divorced. We have discussed my opinion of vaginal rejuvenation before as well. What exactly Ms Glanville had done is unknown. Labiaplasty as I perform it does not affect the vagina.
It is true that women tend to consider surgery “down there” when they are “between men.” I have not been aware of an ex being charged for it however in my practice. Until now I have really not given it much thought.
I have not heard women blaming men for the condition of their genitalia however. It is clear that Ms Glanville had a unhealthy relationship with her ex (they are divorced) and just may harbor some ill will toward him. Then again this could just be another episode of “quick and dirty” Reality Star PR.
John Di Saia MD