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Video surfaces of "too sexy" banker's second boob job

Debrahlee Lorenzana

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Debrahlee Lorenzana, the busty banker who said she was fired for being too sexy, says in a Plastic Surgery video from 2003 that she wants a DD cup so she can look like a Playboy playmate and find her "Mr. Right".

"That's what I want to be: Tits on a stick," she giggles in the Discovery Health Video "Plastic Surgery New York Style" posted by the New York Daily News on Wednesday.

The video shows Ms. Lorenzana going through the process of her fourth plastic surgery. "I love plastic surgery. I think it is the best thing that has ever happened," she says.

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Prior to the video she'd had liposuction, a tummy tuck and another breast augmentation that left her disappointed with only a 32D when what she wanted was a "perky" 32DD.



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Her doctor hesitated to go any bigger because he was concerned Ms. Lorenzana would suffer back problems so for her second breast augmentation she got a differently shaped implant instead of a larger size.

Ms. Lorenzana, who was fired from Citibank last August, is suing for wrongful dismissal. Her fight has sparked a debate about how sexy is too sexy when it comes to women dressing for the office.

"She was punished because her male bosses couldn't handle their libidos," her lawyer, Jack Tuckner told the New York Post.

When the video surfaced, Mr. Tuckner told the Daily News that it shouldn't affect her case against Citibank.

"Whatever her assets are, they don't have a right to comment on them or objectify her," he said. "Does that mean it's open season on a woman because she had her hair done or her nose done?"

The series had also tracked the birth of her son according to the Daily News.

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In the video, Ms. Lorenzana expresses her desire to find love and a role model for her son.

"I am looking to find that perfect half, my soulmate, the one that I could spend the rest of my life with," Ms. Lorenzana says.

That perfect man is professional, well-educated, successful, 6 ft tall, 35 and up and has blue eyes.

By the end of the video Ms. Lorenzana was still gunning for that DD. She wasn't worried about back problems. That's what chiropractors are for. And if gravity took it's toll, she could always go back to Dr. Kaveh Alizader, who is "the doctor that you see in soap operas and you die for."

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