Monday, September 5th, 2011
When quizzed on whether she’d had breast enhancement surgery, she told iPad news provider The Daily: “I don’t like to talk about that. Well, see I have this chest problem. My bone right here, it’s higher on this side? It’s pectoralis something. So I’ve always struggled with that. You could see they look different sizes all the time.”
She added: “I always get asked about that because of Heidi and there’s all these rumours and they all say I’ve had, like, six procedures, and I’m, like: ‘Where do you get that?’ Look at the pictures. I fluctuate in weight a lot. And as far as my face, I’ve never had anything done.”
It’s very common for women to have asymmetric breasts. Sometimes it’s caused by a difference in actual breast size, other times the shape of the bones, and still other times the size of the pectoralis muscle. I often place a different size implant in each breast to compensate for this, as may have happened with Audrina. Assymetric breasts are normal… unless they look like this.