CLAIM: Kardashian Sisters Forced to Get Plastic Surgery By Mom Kris Jenner
“Tormented Over Their Bodies: Mom Pushes Them to Have Surgery,” reads the cover of In Touch, which claims Kris Jenner has forced her daughters – Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian – to have plastic surgery.
“Keeping a close eye on her daughters’ world-famous physiques,” the family matriarch allegedly encourages her daughters “to do anything they can to make themselves perfect – including going under the knife.”
The magazine focuses first and foremost on Kim’s butt. A “friend” of Jenner’s tells In Touch that Kim “has always let Kris dictate how she looks” and believes a “super-sized butt at any cost” is a wise career move. With her “larger-than-ever backside” an online sensation, rumors that Kim “may have undergone plastic surgery” for implants “are not at all far-fetched,” according to this family “friend.” Wait, so because a rumor is not far-fetched, In Touch assumes it’s fact? And not just fact, but cover story material?
As for Kourtney, she and baby daddy Scott Disick are supposedly worried about aging, and “after not-so-subtle urging from Kris… talked about getting Botox” this year. Hold up. The couple has “talked about” maybe getting Botox? In Touch equates that with being “tormented,” as the cover claims?
Khloe, meanwhile, has found new confidence since marrying Lamar Odom, and “is through worrying about her body – and is warning her mother to accept her as is, or else,” according to an “insider.” Just to be clear: In Touch is attempting to use Khloe’s positive body image and lack of cosmetic surgery as evidence that Jenner’s pressuring her to have plastic surgery? That way, so when she doesn’t have an operation, the magazine can easily claim she successfully rebelled against her mom.
The truth, however, is that these grown women all have control over their bodies, and aren’t being pushed or “tormented” by Jenner to have work done on themselves. A source close to the family tells Gossip Cop the story is “bullsh*t” and “not true.”