Carla Bellucci controversial moments – from free NHS nose job to fat mums jibe
Glamour model Carla Bellucci became infamous after being grilled by Phillip Schofield on This Morning back in 2019.
The furious chat host called her a “parasite on the NHS” after she admitted to faking depression to bag a free £7,000 nose job.
And despite being branded Britain’s biggest blagger, Carla was stoic and unapologetic.
She outraged viewers at home by saying: “I did bend the truth to get a nose job. I lied, but I do work.
“I was born here. I feel like I’ve not really done anything wrong.”
Since then she has been famed for outspoken rants and her unfiltered approach to life has helped her to earn thousands on OnlyFans.
Here, we take a look at some of her most controversial comments, as well as a glimpse at her more empathetic side after NHS docs recently saved her life during a traumatic childbirth.
You don’t have to go far back to find an example of Carla causing controversy.
She started 2022 by slamming women who eat cake after going to the gym.
The 40-year-old got tongues wagging after claiming most mums who made New Year’s resolutions to lose weight would fail.
Carla, from Hitchin, Herts, said: “They get in their gym clothes at 8am on the school run and they are still in them when they pick the kids up.
“You can hear them gossiping and they say, ‘Yea I go to the gym six days a week’ and I’m just looking at them thinking, ‘Really, what do you do? Eat the gym’?”
‘Get some Botox’
Just weeks before that she advised mums to get Botox or to buy racy underwear for their husbands.
She also recommended hair cuts and self-care activities instead of focusing on children all year round.
Carla clarified that the mothers she was targeting were the ones who judge her for doing OnlyFans.
She said: “The ones I’m getting defensive about are the people who come in at me trolling and you go on their accounts and they look like s**t.
“It’s like well you need a load of Botox, maybe a new set of knickers for your husband and then you wouldn’t be so jealous and maybe you will then get laid…
"Maybe if they spiced it up a bit with new underwear they will have a nice sex life and they wouldn't be so worried about girls doing things for a living on OnlyFans."
Would you rather?
Speaking of OnlyFans, Carla sparked a debate in November when she said she’d rather her teenage daughter go on the racy site like her instead of ever relying on a man.
Explaining why, she said: “I wouldn’t say to my girls ‘oh go and do it’ because I would rather them go and get a good education but as long as they are independent in life I will be happy.
“I would prefer my girls to make their own money whatever they choose to do in life and be self-efficient.
“I don’t want them to be like these young girls on Instagram posing in designer gear that some guy paid for.
"One thing about me is I have always made my own money.”
How to be sexy
Carla was accused of patronising mums when she offered them a 50% discount to her OnlyFans page so they could learn how to be sexy.
The offer came after she was called “the worst person to ever live on earth” on her Instagram page.
Her Instagram bio reads, “In a world where you can be anything be kind" – and comments on her posts are now turned off.
After the cheeky OnlyFans deal, she said: ““They could learn how to hold a sexy pose and how to make themselves look good.
“But they are probably on there already because they know too much, either that or their husbands are on there.
“Come subscribe and see for yourself rather than gossiping. They always say I do porn, and I’m not against that but it’s not what I do.
“I just post sex bikini glamour pictures, I don’t even get my t**s out.”
Carla revealed a different side of her personality after she suffered a traumatic C-section last September.
She stopped breathing for two minutes and 45 seconds and “almost died” moments after her daughter Blu was born.
The mum was left with PTSD and she told the Daily Star that for the first time she regretted taking the NHS for granted.
In a candid interview, she said: “When you come that close to dying and realise it can all be taken away from you, you just appreciate things in a different way.
“With the nose job, I just think maybe I was a bit of a tw*t to go through all that just to make my nose a bit straighter.
“I am really thankful to the NHS because they did save me and my baby’s life and I know that’s hypocritical coming from me.”
She also said she would never go under the knife again and her near death experience made seek help via a therapist.
Carla and baby Blu are both now healthy and the mum was soon back posting sexy snaps on OnlyFans just weeks after the birth.
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