A mother in a Florida city has had plastic surgery to remove the last remnants of her childhood.
Theresa Fadiman, 67, says she was given surgery in 2010 at the request of her husband.
“It was something he had to do, it was a family business,” she said.
“We were both working at the time and he was just making money from this business.”
He’s very lucky he didn’t take his life.
“A local newspaper reported the operation was done in a clinic run by Dr James Stokowski.
Stokowski, who also performs plastic surgery, says he never saw Mrs Fadima’s child.”
I have never seen my child,” he said.
Dr Stokowsky says he has had patients from all over the world in recent years, and that many have gone on to have a successful and successful career.”
There are a number of people that come here for plastic surgery,” he says.”
And many people that have not had the surgery, they have done it.
“The best thing to do is to get your life together and have a relationship with your child.
I think the surgery is necessary to help them develop the confidence to say, ‘This is who I am and this is how I want to live my life’.”
There is nothing wrong with having a child.
“Dr Stomowski says the operation does not erase his memories of Mrs Fafiman, who died of cancer in 2006.”
She was the kindest, sweetest woman that I’ve ever met, that I ever worked with,” he told ABC News.”
But I never knew her child.