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A self-described ‘Human Barbie doll’ who transformed herself by spending $200,000 on cosmetic procedures – including five breast augmentations and six nose jobs, has landed herself in court.
Australian nurse Tara Jayne McConachy, 33, fronted the Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on Thursday via videolink after becoming embroiled in a fracas with authorities over a series of unpaid fines.
Dressed tastefully in a long sleeved, figure hugging black, zipped-up top, Tara Jayne appeared to be seated in a glitzy apartment for her brief online hearing.
Tara Jayne McConachy has been hit with a series of traffic infringements she is contesting in courtt
Tara Jayne McConachy has millions of followers on Instagram
‘Good morning. Tara McConachy present, looks like I am number one on appearances list,’ she wrote wishfully to the court clerk upon appearing in the online court room.
Sadly, the Instagram influencer, who found fame last year after appearing on E! reality show Botched, was made to wait patiently as several other cases were called before hers.
The exact details of Tara Jayne’s alleged offending remain somewhat of a mystery, with magistrate Roslyn Porter refusing to release court documents to Daily Mail Australia on Thursday.
Details appearing on the court’s online system indicate the fines issued against Tara Jayne came from Victoria Police’s Traffic Camera Office.
The court heard the botoxed Barbie wannabe had requested an extension of time from the court in order to sort out the mess that had led to her being issued with a series of fines.
‘I think if there are issues about these matters being improperly issued against you at this stage it would be premature for there to be a media application, so I’m not going to grant it,’ Ms Porter said.
Tara Jayne McConachy appeared dressed in nothing like this during her court appearance in Melbourne on Thursday
Tara Jayne appeared on Todd Sampson’s headline-making documentary series Mirror Mirrorn
Tara Jayne made headlines in March when she was spotted with her mother as they arrived at Crown Melbourne’s upmarket Nobu restaurant for lunch.
Turning heads as she strolled down the footpath, Tara left little to the imagination in a sheer plunging bodysuit and hot pink sandals.
In August, Tara Jayne appeared on Todd Sampson’s headline-making documentary series Mirror Mirror, which followed a group of Australians obsessed with going under the knife.
In the show, she described herself as an ‘upgraded limited-edition Barbie doll’, while also bemoaning the inadequacy of her E-cup breasts.
‘I think I want to get my boobs bigger,’ she said.
She had previously tried to convince Drs Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow to give her bigger implants while appearing on Botched.
‘Everything is tiny on me except for my tatas… I’m on a quest for a bigger chest!’ she told producers.
‘I currently have 540 CCs [of breast implant silicone], and I’m just not happy with them at all,’ she said.
Tara Jayne said she’d noticed a ‘rippling effect’ on the skin on her breasts and hoped ‘filling out the space more’ would fix the issue.
But she was left disappointed when the doctors said her weight was ‘dangerously low’ at 45kg, making her far too slim to carry larger implants.
‘I’m really concerned about Tara’s overall wellbeing’, Dr Nassif said.
‘Not just as it relates to surgery, but she really needs to get both physically and mentally healthy.’
Doctors on the show Botched assess Tara Jayne McConachy
Tara Jayne McConachy as she looked before her transformation into a human Barbie doll
Tara Jayne McConachy before plastic surgery consumed her life
Tara Jayne McConachy before her life in the spotlight
Tara Jayne said she’d stop at nothing to maintain and even enhance her ‘knockout’ 37-inch bust, 17-inch waist and 29-inch hips’.
‘There is no limit for me when it comes to plastic surgery. It is incredibly addictive and I already want bigger breasts,’ she added.
‘As soon as travel is permitted, I have plans to go back overseas to visit my surgeon and get my breast size increased to 1500cc [from their current 1050ccc].’
‘I think in this day and age, it’s very important for a woman to be able to express the way they feel and just express everything about beauty,’ she told The Morning Show last year.
‘Plastic surgery is how I do that and that’s what makes me happy. It gives me the confidence to be the best version of myself.’
Tara Jayne recently joined adult subscription website OnlyFans to help fund her lifestyle and future cosmetic work during the Covid pandemic.
She charges $25 for a monthly subscription, and previously boasted of making $10,000 in her first three days on the platform.
Source: | Dailymail.co.uk