Andreassa Urach’s surgery had the nude model facing her own mortality when the plastic surgery went wrong, almost killing her. But now the model says she has a new mission in life after finding God during a near death experience.
In a related report by the Inquisitr, Andressa Urach became infamous as a naked stalker during the 2014 World Cup when she was seen chasing after Cristiano Ronaldo while only wearing body paint.
The 27-year-old Brazilian woman is practically known for plastic surgery. In the past, the winner of Brazil’s Miss BumBum contest has had the normal types of plastic surgery like breast implants, in addition to vaginal lip reduction and facial correction. She was even considering removing a toe to make her feet look slimmer, and a rib to become even skinnier.
In this case, Andress Urach almost “died and met with her maker” after septic shock caused her vital organs to begin to shut down. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, “Urach was given a dose of silicone gel 200 times what the government allows and used a hydrogel that isn’t approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.” The plastic surgery left her on life support, with huge gaping holes in her leg, and now she will likely have scars for the rest of her life.
Urach also briefly died on the operating room table and she recalls having a near death experience.
“I knew that I’d left my body and died,” Andressa said, according to the Daily Mail.
“I arrived in an empty place, like a desert, completely silent. That’s when I knew that God exists. I felt his presence. I knew I was at the judgement. My life flashed before me like a film. I felt ashamed and knew I wasn’t worthy to enter heaven. I asked for forgiveness and begged for another chance, promised to make amends.”
Adressa admits she is ashamed of the holes in her legs, but she also believes the scars are like a trophy which proves she survived the experience “thanks to God.” She now lives to tell other women that “vanity isn’t everything,” and hopes she can save others from suffering a premature death.
“I’ll never forget it. Coming face to face with death, I realized that nothing else mattered,” Urach said, according to Life & Style.
“Everything I had battled for, my beauty, my bags, my clothes, my car — I’d left all that behind. It was the moment I realized I was nothing, that we are only here on this world to save our souls.”
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