The Poor Little Thing Who Died During Breast Augmentation Surgery?

The girl on the left was her. 18. Bless her heart.

Judging from the picture, I would have to say her parents were out of their friggin’, permissive, keep-up-with-the-other-tarts minds. You can justify giving in to your daughter all you want because she’s a good kid and sterling student, but DAMN. She wants to look more like the girl on the right? And you let her?
They were out of their minds. It’s inexcusable.

11 Responses to “The Poor Little Thing Who Died During Breast Augmentation Surgery?”

  1. Mr. Bingley says:

    The “senior” parking spot where she would pull up in her white Lexus was shrouded with flowers, teddy bears and photos.
    The poor kid.

  2. The_Real_JeffS says:

    Yeah, I caught that as well, Mr B. A high school senior with a Lexus? In-freakin-sane doesn’t begin to describe that degree of permissiveness.
    Poor kid indeed.

  3. Gunslinger says:

    “Her death has stirred the debate on whether it is appropriate for a girl so young to get cosmetic surgery.”
    It wasn’t long ago when getting an ear piercing was the controversial procedure. Her parents really redefined the term “overindulgent”.

    So tell me Mr. and Mrs. Kuleba, what price vanity?

  4. Dave J says:

    Gunslinger, you’ll have to ask their attorneys: I’m sure there’s already a gigantic medical malpractice wrongful death suit filed in which the parents regard themselves as completely blameless.

  5. greg newson says:

    So Sad, Eighteen.What a waste of potential.
    Anytime they knock you out for an operation,
    it is serious business.

  6. ricki says:

    Wow, that’s sad. It’s sad both that cosmetic surgery is treated so lightly and that this young lady apparently felt it was necessary she have the surgery to be the “right way,” somehow.
    I hope this helps bring home to other people that “cosmetic” surgery is not the same as having Novocaine at the dentist’s. There are a whole host of things that can go wrong with anesthesia. Thankfully they are rare but when they happen, they are tragic. Elective surgery should be very carefully considered and the pros and cons heavily weighed.

  7. NJ Sue says:

    It’s my understanding ( from my dad, a retired M.D.) that when they put you under for surgery, they make you sign a document acknowledging the possibility that you will not come up again. Even if the anaesthesiologist does everything right, a certain small percentage of people will react badly to the process. I find it disturbing that so many perfectly healthy and lovely young women feel it necessary these days to get plastic surgery. This girl was adorable and fresh-faced. I thought she looked much better than her walking-Barbie friends in the photos (barring the implants and the ho-couture).

  8. Susanna says:

    Oof. Amazing and tragic.
    My father-in-law knows NJ Sue’s dad from Rochester and he has explained the waivers and disclaimers one must sign on even necessary surgical procedures to all of us in the family.
    I suppose people think, naturally, “it won’t happen to me.” Particularly the young and the beautiful.

  9. No says:

    No, Women do not need to have elective surgery to have their egos (breasts) enhanced. She decided to risk her life for vanity and got what she deserved. Dumb ass BITCH.

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