Ariel Winter’s Mom Unhappy Of Daughter’s Surgery
While Ariel Winter may seem happy with the outcome of her breast reduction surgery, her mother felt the contrary.Advertisement
Speaking with Inside Edition, Crystal Workman appeared disappointed about the procedure.
“I don’t think anyone at that age should be cutting into their breasts,” she commented on the latest about her daughter whom she has not spoken to for years. “I am surprised she did it so young and that the doctor did it for her so young.”
In June last year, the 18-year-old “Modern family” actress disclosed that she had her boobs reduced, from cup size 32F to 34D, something that reportedly improved her life.
However, for Alice Winter’s mom, it was “inappropriate,” especially that she even flaunted the scars brought about by the operation when she attended the SAG Awards in February.
“I’m sorry, I just think this is inappropriate,” Workman pointed out. “She should never be embarrassed of her scars but she shouldn’t be flaunting them.”
Meanwhile, objecting on the revelation made by the actress behind the voice of Disney Junior’s “Sofia the First” about how it was to be in a “not supportive loving home,” Workman claimed that she “didn’t start this battle.”
“I haven’t seen her in three and a half years,” Ariel Winter’s mom said. “I don’t know why she is bringing this up. I think Ariel is conjuring up stories to help her career at my expense and I feel as a parent I am being bullied.”
In the meantime, the young actress announced on Wednesday where she is heading for college, ABC News reported.
“It’s an AMAZING DAY! I’m going to UCLA – thank you to everyone who has been there for me on this journey! #bruinsbaby,” she captioned the snap showing a letter confirming that was accepted by the university.
Despite telling “Good Morning America” last month that “School was never really important when I was younger in my family,” it seems that Ariel Winter is now excited to be attending college.
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