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Russian beauty queen Yulia Tarasevich has opened up about a plastic surgery nightmare which left her unable to close her eyes or even smile

A Russian beauty queen has opened up about a plastic surgery nightmare which left her unable to close her eyes or even smile.

Yulia Tarasevich, 43, was a runner-up in the Mrs Russia-International beauty contest two years ago, but soon after decided to undergo a range of procedures at a clinic in Krasnodar, southern Russia.

The mother-of-two said her face became badly swollen and inflamed after the surgeries, which included a facelift, a blepharoplasty (cosmetic correction of the eyelids) and mini-liposuction
Yulia said she is unable to move large parts of her face despite having recovered from the surgery and has spent £20,000 in attempts to correct the issue, to no avail

The mother-of-two said her face became badly swollen and inflamed after the £3,000 surgeries, which included a facelift, a blepharoplasty (cosmetic correction of the eyelids) and mini-liposuction.

‘I came to them with a beautiful healthy face,’ she said.

‘I just wanted to correct some nuances caused by ageing. But sadly, I lost my health.’

Yulia said she is unable to move large parts of her face or close her eyes despite having recovered from the surgery and has spent £20,000 in attempts to correct the issue, to no avail.

Yulia is now suing two doctors involved in the operations, though they claim the complications arose as a result of a rare genetic defect. Andrey Komarov (L) and Omar Khaled (R) claim that the beauty queen had a rare condition – scleroderma – that it was impossible to predict and deny any responsibility for her nightmare
Yulia said she was forced to have an emergency follow-up procedure by another doctor to save her eyes from necrosis

She has now filed a criminal complaint against the two doctors involved in her original operations, though they claim the complications arose as a result of a rare genetic defect.

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SOURCE: Daily Mail, Will Stewart