Woman removed ribs to look like Jessica Rabbit, now she’s in trouble

Pixee Fox, 25, has already spent $135,000 so she can transforming her body and look like her animated idol, Jessica Rabbit. A
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Pixee Fox, 25, has already spent $135,000 so she can transforming her body and look like her animated idol, Jessica Rabbit.

Despite already having multiple operations including removing six ribs, three nose jobs, four boob jobs, liposuction and a Brazilian butt lift, the tiny-waisted model says she’s addicted to the idea of more procedures, reports Daily Mail.

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She wanted to achieve a full hourglass figure with implants in her hips and bottom, so she travelled to Los Angeles to see the surgeons behind cosmetic surgery television show Botched, Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow.

However, her consultation with the skilled surgeons didn’t go to plan and after they examined her body, she was delivered the bad news that more surgery would leave her looking like the worst kind of cartoon.

Pixee is not new to dramatic surgery and the most bizarre one the former electrician from Sweden has had so far is to get six of her lower ribs removed in a bid to shrink her waist to a record-breaking 14 inches.

“People often come up to me and say, “Don’t take this the wrong way, but you look like a cartoon” she says. “But for me that’s a compliment, that’s what I want to achieve.”

Pixee says she is inspired by Jessica Rabbit, Aurora from Sleeping Beauty and Holli Would from Cool World.

She has 70,000 followers on Instagram and insists she is a good role model for them.

“Those cartoon characters represent the idealisation of the female body,” she explains.
“I want to have the tiny waist, the butt, big boobs, big eyes and a really pretty face.
“Having my ribs removed was just another step in achieving that ideal.”

Pixee, underwent the extreme five-hour keyhole surgery to have her ribs removed in Indianapolis last month after Dr Barry Eppley agreed to perform the procedure.

The operation is irreversible and is usually performed for medical reasons, but it can be done for cosmetic purposes after extensive consultation.

“Getting my ribs removed has always been a dream of mine,” Pixee says. “But it was really hard, almost impossible, to find a surgeon to do it.

“The only reason I have been able to do it now is that doctors finally started taking me seriously.

“They they can see I’m not a crazy person and that I know what I’m doing.”

Pixee’s recovery from the $9,000 operation was supposed to take six weeks but just two days later she was already back into her normal routine of wearing a corset 24/7.

“I can see the results and feel the difference,” she says. “Before the corset would push against the ribs, which makes it harder and more painful to wear.

“Now I can wear it even tighter without any pain. I think I am pretty close to the world record for smallest waist.

“If I just get time to heal and workout and continue my lifestyle I’m going to go down to 14 inches,” says Pixee.

The procedures have already taken 5ft 4in Pixee’s measurements from 30-24-34 to an unrealistic 38-16-39 but she wants to shrink her waist even further, so she works out daily for up to four or five hours.

She can’t eat bread or meat because of her restrictive corset so she mainly eats vegetables, fruit and nuts, which she blends into a smoothie, as well as taking extra vitamins.

Now that so many of her ribs have been removed, Pixee’s lower internal organs, including the liver, have lost some of their natural protection. However, she isn’t worried about the risk to her health if she’s in an accident.

“Before if I was in a car crash I would have broken my ribs,’ she said. ‘If that happened now I’m probably going to break my spleen instead.

“But I’m not concerned as I have my corset as my artificial ribcage now and I wear it 24/7.’
In her younger years, Pixee lived in a small rural town outside of Stockholm.

“I didn’t feel like I fitted in. I was a tomboy. I worried about my nose, I didn’t date and I felt vulnerable.’
After leaving school she trained as an electrician and saved up for a nose job.
In total, she’s had four rhinoplasties to sculpt the perfect nose and four breast augmentations to inflate her cleavage to a J-cup.

Her upper eyelids have been operated on and she’s had two round of liposuction.
She’s had injectable fillers to plump up her cheeks and lips, and a Brazilian butt lift to give her a more rounded derrière. Has she gone too far?

Should there be a limit to plastic surgery or is it a personal decision?