Real-Life Ken Turned Barbie Bans Herself From Surgery After 107 Ops

Real life Ken-turned-Barbie Jessica Alves has banned herself from any more cosmetic surgery after clocking up an astonishing 107 procedures.

Jessica Alves, formerly known as Rodrigo the human Ken doll from Brazil. showing her curves. (@jessicaalvesuk/Newsflash)

Jessica has blown more than GBP 600,000 turning herself first into a human replica of Ken and then becoming his more famous girlfriend Barbie.

Now Brazilian-born Jessica Alves says she has called a halt to any more changes to her body.

She told local media: “I don’t have plans for more surgeries at the moment. I’ve done 107, I’m tired. I can’t take it anymore.”

The influencer said she has been worn down by social media trolls and now wants to devote her energy finding love.

Jessica, 40, who has been living in Europe for more than 20 years, said she is exhausted by constant transphobic attacks.

She said: “After gender confirmation surgery, I became more feminine. And this bothers people, especially some cisgender women.

Jessica Alves, formerly known as Rodrigo the human Ken doll from Brazil. showing her curves. (@jessicaalvesuk/Newsflash)

“I face a lot of transphobia, and I believe that’s the reason why my Instagram was suspended without prior notice.”

She revealed she hired a lawyer in Brazil to try to resolve the issue and reconnect with her 7.3 million followers.

Although the model is also on TikTok, she admitted she does not enjoy the app.

Jessica said: “I don’t know how to use it well, and I hate doing silly dances. I find it very tacky and it doesn’t suit me.”

Instead, Jessica said she would much rather focus on her work life outside of social media.

Living in London for 22 years, she is a presenter and commentator, and she participates in TV shows in Italy, Spain, and the United Kingdom – where she is paid to attend events, a well-known paid appearance.

Jessica Alves, formerly known as Rodrigo the human Ken doll from Brazil. showing her curves. (@jessicaalvesuk/Newsflash)

She said: “I am a public television figure with over 750 appearances on TV shows in 24 countries, and I’ve also been on two Big Brothers in Europe.”

Jessica revealed therapy has helped her cope with online hate.

Out in the real world, says Jessica, people treat her with more respect.

She said: “In the UK, I feel good and safe. I always go to Italy, and I have never had any problems.

“For a 40-year-old trans woman, I’m doing very well.”

“I am very happy, indeed. I have a great family and great friends. I just need a great love to be complete.

Jessica Alves showing her birth certificate with girl name in September 2021 in Brazil. (@jessicaalvesuk/Newsflash)

“I am single and looking for love. I will be in Sao Paulo for Christmas soon, and who knows, maybe Santa Claus will gift me a handsome Brazilian.”

Jessica was born in Sao Paulo in 1983 to a Brazilian mother and a British father and moved to London when she was 18 to study PR.

She was diagnosed with body dysmorphia in 2013.

She said: “I’d always felt feminine and when I struggled to be manly with my personality, I decided to make my appearance as masculine as possible instead.

“But no matter how much I looked like Ken, nothing eased the pain of being Barbie inside.”

Alves came out as transgender in January 2020 and announced that she was changing her name to Jessica in July.

She told Britain’s ‘This Morning’ breakfast programme: “I have been developing as a person and as a human being. I was born a transgender woman.”


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