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Mom Gives Her 7-Year-Old Daughter A Liposuction Voucher For Christmas [VIDEO]

In Life by Emma Jones , on Friday, January 06, 2012, 7:22 AM (PST)
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Sarah Burge Gives The Gift Of Insecurity

Would you really expect anything less from a woman known as "The Human Barbie"? For Christmas, Sarah Burge gave her 7-year-old daughter Poppy a gift that even Suri Cruise wouldn't ask for: a liposuction voucher worth about $11,000.

Now just to be clear, there's no mention of whether this voucher has an expiration date, and nobody is really expecting Poppy to use the gift anytime soon, but it's still somewhat inappropriate. In an interview with Closer magazine, Burge defended her decision:

"She asks for surgery all the time. She wants to look good and liposuction is one of those procedures that will always come in handy," she says.

Read: Kate Winslet's Anti-Cosmetic Surgery Campaign

Poppy may not be using the voucher until her adult years, but some would argue that Burge is sending a pretty negative message to her young daughter. Even more so when you consider that this isn't the first time she's been given a cosmetic surgery gift.

Last year, Poppy, who is a self-proclaimed little "diva," received a voucher for breast augmentation, to be redeemed at age 18 if she so chooses. "I think it's great because you can change yourself if you're not happy," Poppy explains in an on daytime talk show The Doctors.

It appears as though Poppy is already following in the footsteps of her surgery-addict mother, who has undergone countless procedures. Burge is such a lover of the old nip and tuck, she prefers to be awake during her operations, just so she can instruct Doctors on exactly what she wants. "If he's not pulling tight enough, I'll say 'pull a little bit tighter,'" she says.

Read: Mom Loses Child After Administering Botox

You can check out the interviews with Burge and Poppy in the video below. 

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