Mary Magdalene: Instagram model claims she was booted off plane because of her 22-pound breasts
'Obviously, this is why she kicked me off, cos I look too explicit but that's not legal', said Mary on her Instagram
A social media star who is known for her extreme body modifications was allegedly kicked off a flight for looking "too explicit."
The woman, who calls herself Mary Magdalene on Instagram, said she was thrown off a flight from Canada to Dallas shortly after being seated on Tuesday, May 31. The model, who boasts over 115,000 followers on the photo-sharing platform, said airline officials told her she was being ejected because she was wearing headphones and not listening to instructions from the flight attendant. However, Magdalene believes it had more to do with her appearance than her conduct aboard the flight.
"I was kicked off the flight for how I look," she ranted on Instagram. "Please stop discrimination, please this is disgusting. I feel so embarrassed and dehumanized right now, you guys have no idea." The model, whose Instagram handle is @1800leavemaryalone, then shared a selfie she took aboard the flight. She was seen wearing headphones and a low-cut sports bra that could barely contain her unnatural bosom. "Obviously, this is why she kicked me off, cos I look too explicit but that's not legal so she had to say it's because I was sleeping and wouldn't hear her," she wrote in the caption. Magdelene, who said she spent at least $3,185 on her ticket, reportedly filmed herself posing in the airport bathroom before she made her way to the terminal.
The voluptuous social media star, who is said to be in her late 20s, shot to prominence after undergoing a failed procedure to get the world's "fattest vagina." However, she has continued to undergo various surgeries over the years, including a brow lift, fat transfers, multiple nose and boob jobs, veneers, liposuction, butt implants, porcelain veneers, and more. That said, her breast implants are currently over 5000cc, weighing at least 10kg combined.
Magdalene has already undergone three Brazilian butt lift procedures aside from multiple butt implants. Doctors reportedly turned her down for further work on her pert derrière, prompting her to get "under the table" silicone injections earlier this month. However, she warned her fans not to undergo illicit procedures due to the potential health hazards. "Shots are dangerous and very hush-hush, under the table," she wrote on Instagram. "I love them but I do not recommend people to get them because it is a very risky procedure," she continued. "There's a reason why it's banned in every country. I am just okay with taking the risks and I have butt implants and three BBLs already, so injections are the only way I can achieve a huge unnatural result now." She added, "For normal people, you're better off getting a BBL. It's cheaper or just as much, and much safer."
As mentioned, Magdalene almost died during a procedure to "inflate" her vagina back in 2018. "I had to get two blood transfusions," she told The Sun. "The doctor said I was losing so much blood, and turning very pale. He thought I was going to die." The model told No Jumper that she wanted her private parts to look "inflated" in a bid to have "the world's fattest vagina." She explained, "So basically there's this contraption that you use and it sucks your p***y, and then it makes it very inflated, so I told the doctor that I just want it permanently to look like that."
The extreme social media personality denied suffering from body dysmorphic disorder in a lengthy Instagram post this week. She said her surgeries are just a hobby and that it's a "common misconception" that people who get loads of cosmetic surgeries are suffering from BDD. "Here is the definition of body dysmorphia," she explained. "A mental illness involving obsessive focus on a perceived flaw in appearance. When I have surgery it is not because I think it is ugly or view it as a flaw," she continued. "I just simply prefer the overdone, unnatural fake look. To achieve that overdone look, you can't just achieve dramatic results with one or two surgeries. You need many!"
The Canadian model then insisted her relentless extreme procedures are nothing more than a hobby. "I view it as a hobby, here's the thing: an activity done regularly in one's leisure time for pleasure," she said. "I think maybe the whole surgery thing seems crazier than it really is, but I don't know, that's just my opinion."