“I Love Plastic Surgery”: New Video Of Debrahlee Lorenzana, Citibank’s Sexual Harassment Accuser
Remember Debrahlee Lorenzana, who recently filed a sexual harassment lawsuit against Citibank? A promotional video for Long Island Plastic Surgical Group featuring Lorenzana has now surfaced, in which she gets her second boob job and says she wants to be — and I quote — “tits on a stick.”We are not going to clip it on The Frisky (the 11-minute-long video is NSFW and in the second half depicts graphic scenes of plastic surgery), but if you feel so compelled, you can watch it here.
I watched the whole thing — after lunch, of course — and it’s sad. Straight-up sad.
“I love plastic surgery,” Lorenzana tells the camera. “I think it is the best thing that ever happened.” She explains she’s had three different plastic surgeries before age 26: her first breast augmentation 18 months ago, a mini-tummy tuck and liposuction. But Lorenzana doesn’t want that “natural look” anymore. Now she wants 32 DDs — “huge double Ds, perky, big breasts” — and says, “I want to look like a Playboy Playmate!” She laughs about boob jobs: “Once you get it done once, you have to get it done twice. Why not?”
Why not? Very good question. “I’m looking to find that perfect half, my soul mate,” she also says, adding that men have the fantasy of a “Playboy Playmate look,” so that’s what she’s going for. “I want to be tits on a stick!”
Gross. There’s no question this chick’s tush should be parked right next to Heidi Montag’s in therapy for her body image issues.
And yet …
I really have to separate the fact that I hate what Lorenzana did to herself from the fact that she could very well be a victim of sexual harassment: wanting to look like a Playboy Playmate doesn’t mean she was asking for whatever attention she received from professional colleagues in her workplace. The way a woman has behaved in the past doesn’t mean she deserves what (allegedly) happens to her in the future. Let’s review:
Just because your ideal body type is Carmen Electra/Pamela Anderson doesn’t mean you can’t be sexually harassed.
Got it? Good.
One thing is for sure: the resurfacing of this Long Island Plastic Surgical Group video is not going to make Debrahlee Lorenzana’s life any easier.