Miss BumBum contestant in serious condition following botched procedure

December 4th, 2014 by Staff

Andressa Urach, 27, had a doctor implant hydro gel into her thigh area on November 21st.


(NY Daily News) BRAZIL – A Brazilian model who competed to be Miss BumBum is in serious condition after a botched procedure to cosmetically enhance her thighs.

Andressa Urach — who placed second in Brazil’s annual curvy backside competition to locate the best butts in the country in 2012, and claimed she had an affair with soccer superstar Cristiano Ronaldo — is in bad shape and in need of a breathing apparatus after the botched surgery, according to the Brazilian news agency Globo.com.

The 27-year-old, who has received much attention for the size of her rump, had doctors implant hydro gel into her thigh area on Nov. 21. But an infection occurred and she was hospitalized Saturday at Conception Hospital in Porto Alegre.

The body part was drained Monday and the hospital said the procedure went well, the outlet reported.

Her mother Marisete of Favari asked for prayers on her daughter’s behalf.

“I ask everyone to pray a lot, because I’m sure that my dear Jesus is wonderful and will cure it,” she said in a statement, according to the agency.

The model also made headlines earlier this year when she claimed she made a booty call to Ronaldo and that the Real Madrid star was “obsessed with my butt.”

“It was incredible, his body’s perfect, like a Greek god. He went on for hours and would not stop talking about my butt,” she said after one supposed meeting.

I ask everyone to pray a lot, because I’m sure that my dear Jesus is wonderful and will cure it.

She also claimed they slept together before one of Ronaldo’s Champions League games in 2013.

She also famously greeted the Portuguese player while naked during his team’s practice at the World Cup in Brazil this summer and walked around wearing only body paint at the sporting event.

Ronaldo has denied any affair took place. In a statement he claimed the allegations were “pure fiction and forgery,” and the model was “seeking the limelight on my account,” reports The Mirror in England.


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