Jennifer Aniston refutes reports of having surgeries worth $1 million before 'reuniting with Braf Pitt'

The actress's representative clarified that Aniston had not spent a penny on surgeries, and was also not looking to get back with Pitt. 


                            Jennifer Aniston refutes reports of having surgeries worth $1 million before 'reuniting with Braf Pitt'

Amidst battling rumours of getting back together with Brad Pitt, Jennifer Aniston is now dealing with questions about her body. Aniston has denied that she spent close to £1 million ($1.2 million) on having various surgeries before 'reuniting with Brad Pitt'.

The 50-year-old actress reportedly had a number of laser treatments, which destroy fat cells and a non-surgical body lift, among other procedures. This has been completely debunked by her representatives, who told Gossip Cop in an article that now seems to have been taken down that Aniston had not spent a penny on surgeries, and was also not looking to get back with Pitt. 

Earlier in the year, it was claimed that Jennifer had a number of facial fillers, lip injections and Botox ahead of her 50th birthday bash. Jennifer had previously said that she was 'not a fan' of cosmetic work on the body and told InStyle that all she needed for 'really great skin' was enough sleep and plenty of water. She added: "People lose perspective. I look around and see how bad plastic surgery and injections can really kick you in the [behind].”

Jennifer Aniston arrives at the premiere of Netflix's "Dumplin'" at the Chinese Theater on December 6, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Getty Images) 

 

Part of her alleged million-pound makeover was a breast lift, as Jennifer had stated that she had “been upset about her sagging [chest] for a while." When asked whether she had gone under the knife to have this procedure done, Jennifer said: "It’s still mine. All of it." 

According to New Idea, Aniston underwent a non-surgical boob job ($10,000), a string of body contouring procedures including a body lift, CoolSculpting low-level laser therapy to break down fat cells ($4000 a session), Zerona laser treatments ($2000 a session) and UltraShape, which is a type of radio frequency that destroys fat cells ($2000 a session). But, Aniston has gone to debunk all these allegations. 

 

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