Courtney Stodden has made use of a TV show to set things straight that she did not go under the knife to get a breast enlargement procedure. Accompanied by her husband Doug Hutchinson, the 17-year-old appeared on Dr. Drew Pinsky's "Lifechangers" on Monday, November 7 to receive an on-air ultrasound to prove that her assets are real.
"There's normal breast tissue, which is forming the substance of most of the middle of that picture, and then I can see the outline of her muscle," plastic surgeon Dr. John Diaz explained what was seen on the screen from the ultrasound. "There was some circular thing there, I'm not sure though if that's," he added, leading to a suspicion that there's an implant.
Agreeing Dr. John, a nurse said, "Yeah, I feel a circular object." Dr. Drew chimed in, "It looks like it's under the muscle, too. So, there's our implant," making the audience surprised. Laughing at the said finding, Stodden joked, "Somebody must have drugged me up, put me under their surgery knife, because I've had no surgery done."
Dr. Diaz then took a second look at the ultrasound image and found out, "That's all normal tissue we're looking at there, up at the top." He concluded, "So I guess she was telling the truth, she doesn't have an implant!"
Asked by Dr. Drew if she feels relief to finally set the record straight, Stodden replied, "It is, yes. Thank you."
Stodden began gaining media attention after she married 51-year-old Hutchinson. People then questioned the genuineness of her boobs, chin, nose and hair, but the aspiring singer has repeatedly denied that she ever had a plastic surgery.