‘My boobs are my paycheck': Lacey Wildd reveals she is planning to supersize her LLL to a MMM cup

Latest News / November 5, 2012

She’s blonde, bold… and very BUSTY.

Having undergone 12 operations so far, Lacey Wildd says she will not stop inflating her already ample chest until she has the biggest breasts in the world.

The star of reality shows such as MTV’s “True Life” and “I Have a Hot Mom”, whose whopping LLL cup size have her currently ranked at no.7, says she now plans to increase them to a MMM.

Wildd, whose real name is Paula Simonds, explains that her gigantic breasts help support her four children who live with her. (She has two adult children who also live in Broward County.)

And they have made the 44-year-old from Miami, Florida, a media entity, landing her on “Dr. Drew” and ABC’s “20/20? for a show called “Going to Extremes.”

“I started all this so I can give them a better life,” said Wildd, of how she is supporting her children. “My boobs are my paycheck. Go big or go home is my motto.”

As a FYI, Wildd breasts weigh in at 21 pounds – more than two gallons of milk.

So the question, how big is big enough?


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Melissa Myers
Melissa Myers has worked as an entertainment journalist for ten years, both in London and New York. She now focuses much of her time helping bring inspiring stories to light and, additionally, her project "Makeover with Meaning," which seeks to add a sprinkle of happiness into the lives of those who need it most.

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no amount of surgery will make her attractive that’s for sure.

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