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Plastic Surgery Victim Renee Behind Viral Botched-Butt-Implant Video Goes Public About Her Operation

Update Date: Feb 13, 2013 11:53 AM EST

The woman who posted a shocking viral Youtube video that revealed her botched silicone butt implant flipping inside out now has a message for others thinking about doing plastic surgery:

"Love the skin you're in. Please don't go and do this stuff to yourself."

The plastic surgery victim, identified only as Renee, said spoke about her botched surgery for the first time in an interview with talk show host Trisha Goddard.

"I was showing my girlfriend how I could reach up under my implant and it just kind of flipped and freaked me out," Renee said describing her horrifying moment she found out that her pursuit for a perfect derriere had gone hideously wrong.

In November, Renee had uploaded a 20-second video clip that showed her slowly moving her botched implant back into place after it turned inside out, leaving her left butt cheek looking like a flat cone-shaped mound.

"I started getting really sick. I couldn't breath," Renee told Goddard on the show.

She said that she uploaded the video, which has been viewed more than a million times, as a way to warn others of the dangers of cosmetic surgery.

"If more people would come out and tell their stories then less women would go and do this," she said.

She said she was still in a lot of pain even after she had her ill-fitting implants removed.

Renee, who has yet to name the doctor that performed the botched operation, is now urging women to make sure that their plastic surgeon is qualified before going under the knife or to avoid plastic surgery altogether.

Butt implants are becoming very popular among women living in South American in the U.S. However, after a recent spike in deaths relating to unauthorized black market surgical operations, experts are warning women against them.

Buttock implants are generally inserted where the check meets the back of the thigh where the scares are less noticeable. Doctors then create a pocket there large enough to insert the silicon implant either under the gluteus maximus muscle or on top of it. However, if the pocket is too big, experts warn that the silicone implant can slip out.

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