Carla Bellucci, 39, is frequently in the center of controversy she had stirred up herself. The ex-glamor model became infamous after claiming she had flirted with doctors and lied about having depression so she could get a nose job paid for by the UK’s National Health Service (NHS). However, the NHS claims this is false, as the procedure was not cosmetic . More recently, she seems to be teaching her teenage daughter the same philosophy: looks are more important than anything. In fact, in an interview with Closer Magazine, she said her daughter will have to become an attractive reality star because she was not intelligent naturally. “Tanisha isn’t the most academic of girls, so I don’t really care about her education, unlike with my boys. She will need to rely on her looks to get on in life so she will need to be perfect. Ugly people get nowhere these days.”
“Surgery will make my daughter prettier”
Belucci has put her money where her mouth is — literally. She stated that she put about £200 a month (about 277 USD) into her daughter, Tanisha’s, appearance. This included hair extensions, eyebrow tinting, and nail treatments. But that’s not enough for this mom, who is saving money for Tanisha’s cosmetic surgeries, including a Brazilian butt lift. This operation is considered the most dangerous among cosmetic surgeries. In fact, death rates are as high as 1 in 500 in the United States.  But Belucci criticized her daughter’s bottom, saying it’s ‘very flat’ and ‘needs improving.’
“At the moment, she loves the Kardashian look with the big bum and boobs and pouty lips. She’s going to get fillers when she is 16, which I fully support. If she wants to be a successful influencer and reality star then she will have to fit the look of the time – so surgery is the obvious option. She’s good-looking, but surgery will make her prettier.” 
Carla’s plan continued with Tanisha getting botox and fillers at 16, breast implants at 18, and teeth veneers somewhere along the way. That’s a lot of money to put into beauty treatments and the mom doesn’t intend to pay it all out of pocket. In fact, she admitted that she planned to try to get NHS to pay for the surgeries, as she has done with her nose job.
She received major backlash for lying about a mental illness and flirting with her GP to get the surgery done on NHS’s account. In response, she said she “didn’t care what people say”. She also seemed to have no qualms about her “milking the system” since “that’s what it’s there for.”
“Ugly people get nowhere these days”
This interview took place in 2019, but the mom wasn’t finished with firing up attention toward herself. She had tried to crowdfund for a butt lift surgery — claiming it would help her mental health — but gave up after only raising £15 (about 20 USD).