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Amanda's latest shocking surgery

24 June 2013, 14:00

Los Angeles - Amanda Bynes has had her breast implants removed.

The 27-year-old actress regretted the surgery she had to boost her bust in May and after finding her implants "uncomfortable" she went under the knife earlier this month to return her boobs to a natural A-cup size.

She confirmed to RadarOnline.com: "I got my breast implants removed, they were uncomfortable ... I prefer them out."

Amanda did experience some complications post-surgery but everything is now fine.

Music career

A source said: "A tube got lodged in her breast and Amanda was in pain. But she is much better now and even told me, 'They look amazing without the implants!'"

The former Nickelodeon star has admitted to having a nose job to overcome a "birth defect", and she is scheduled to have more nasal surgery, to shave down "the bone that forms the bridge of my nose" to increase her confidence.

The source added: "The change in her nose has made Amanda feel so more confident. She's become addicted to the confidence each surgery gives her ... She bemoaned that she stopped working because she was so vain that she didn't like how her nose was looking on camera."

The actress who is due to launch a music career working with Wyclef Jean but will not start creating any songs until the nose surgery is complete.

- BangShowBiz


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