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Video of Hot Banker Debrahlee Lorenzana Talking About Boob Job

Discovery Channel Happy to Distract Us With Too-Hot Banker

After Citigroup allegedly fired Debrahlee Lorenzana because of her distracting good looks, she turned her tale into a national news story. It seems the self-proclaimed hottie has always dreamt big. Back in 2003, she appeared in a Discovery Health Channel reality show called Plastic Surgery New York Style, and declared her desire to become "tits on a stick." Now Discovery has decided to re-air the episode this Saturday, keeping Debrahlee on track for brief pop-culture infamy.

If you tune in Saturday, you'll see Debrahlee consult a doctor about a second boob job. She wanted to go from a 32D to a 32DD so she could look like a "Playboy Playmate" and attract a good man. So while God cursed Debrahlee with beauty, it appears she's helped amp up the distraction level. But her lawyer says it won't impact her case, since a boob job doesn't make you fair game for harassment or discrimination. Word. Either way, I think there's more to the story . . . and I'm sure we'll hear about it.

To see the video from the show, which the Daily News originally dug up, read more.

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Blackwood Blackwood 5 years
It's true, we shouldn't judge over plastic surgery, I agree (though I personally think it's stupid either way, no offense). It's a personal decision, However, in this particular case you have to remember, this is a woman who claimed that "every day she wished she was uglier" and hinted that she was kind of jealous of the things "less attractive women" could get away with (wearing certain clothes, not having men stare at them). It's not the breast implants, it's the fake self-pity and sheer hypocrisy that bother most of us.
jenni5 jenni5 5 years
Well this isn't going to be good for her credibility. No she should not have been harassed (if she was) but now she just seems like a famewhore.
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