June 17, 2009
Posted by Ellen at June 17, 2009 12:17 PM
He said she knew 'exactly what she wanted'.
'The trouble all started when she went home and her father and boyfriend threw a fit.
'They are saying things now like I doped her or hypnotized her. What rubbish!
'She asked for 56 stars and thatís what she got.'
To remove the stars would require surgery costing £8,500.
I wouldn't get tattoo by that guy. Poor girl.
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Without any additional evidence, it's kind of hard to defend her. She says she somehow slept through getting 56 stars tattooed on her face?!? Hypnosis requires a willing subject, IIRC, so that's right out. Drugs are possible, but what's the tattoo guy's motivation? Nothing seems to support her story.
A better explanation that I've heard is that she requested that tat, got home and got jumped on by the family/bf. So, to deflect blame she made up a cockamamie story.
Why not? He has the decency to pay for half the cost of removal, even though he could easily win in court, given the fact that he has police-interviewed eyewitnesses to her request, not to mention the holes in her own story are large enough to drive a truck through.
The girl made a stupid, life-altering decision, which is sad. She's now lying about the circumstances and trying to get somebody else to pay for her stupid decision, which cancels out my pity, at least.
I'll be a "ditto head" here too. The girl is over 18. She made the decision to be an idiot. Witnesses will corroborate.
Lots of things are against the law these days. Being an idiot isn't one of them.
So my advice to her is either suck it up and live with the facial tatts, or pony up the $15000 for their removal. Hell, the ex-b/f is willing to chip in for half even though he isn't and probably won't be legally required to do so.
End of story.