Sharon Stone has revealed that her surgeon has enlarged her bust by a full cup without her permission.
The Hollywood actress, 63, went under the knife in 2001 to have benign tumors removed, before waking up to find that her doctor had added the surgical enhancement because he “ thought I would look better. ”
She said The times: ‘When I was not bandaged, I discovered that I had a full cup size larger breasts, which he said “fit better with your hip size.”
Shocking: Sharon Stone has revealed that her surgeon enlarged her bust by a full cup size without her permission, because he ‘thought I would look better’
“He changed my body without my knowledge or permission.”
Sharon added that her doctor thought she would ‘look better with bigger,’ better ‘breasts.
In the explosive interview, she also revealed that she nearly exchanged fists with actor Michael Douglas after an argument broke out over a mutual friend.
She added: ‘We went out. I was like, “you don’t know me,” he says, “and you don’t know me.” We had a great argument in high school. ‘
No Permission: 63-year-old Hollywood actress went under the knife in 2001 to have benign tumors removed before waking up and found her doctor had increased her breast size
The incident took place years before they starred together in the 1992 movie Basic Instinct.
The actress also recently came out to say she had a ‘wonderful’ and ‘professional’ experience with Woody Allen amid sexual abuse allegations against the filmmaker in the recently released HBO docuseries Allen v Farrow.
Woody, 85, was first charged with sexually assaulting his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow 29 years ago, but the allegations have gained renewed interest in light of the new docuseries investigating the claims.
While Sharon acknowledged that the series could very well be ‘true’, she spoke highly of the director and recalled her positive experiences working with him from the age of 19.
Sharon promoted her new memoir The Beauty of Living Twice on Sirius XM’s The Michelle Collins show when the subject of Woody came up, who she wrote about in her book.
“But I’m not saying I’ve never had an unwanted experience with Woody Allen,” said the actress on The Michelle Collins Show.
‘My experiences with Woody Allen were all great, he was very professional with me. He was extremely encouraging to me and I was a young woman, 19, when I started working with him. I have made three movies with him.
‘He’s been nothing but spectacular with me. I have no experience that he’s anything but great, ”she added. ‘I am fully aware of the documentary that has recently been released, but I have none of those experiences to report.
Accused: The actress also recently came out to say she had a ‘wonderful’ and ‘professional’ experience with Woody Allen amid sexual abuse allegations against him in the HBO docuseries, Allen v Farrow
‘I can say that while the [Allen v. Farrow] documentary may be one hundred percent true, it is not my experience. I had a super professional and an amazing experience working with him. That’s why I worked with him three times. ‘
Sharon worked on three different films with Woody: Stardust Memories, Antz and Fading Gigolo.
In 1992, Dylan accused her director father of sexual abuse, which she says happened when she was seven.
He has always denied her allegations and was not charged – although a Connecticut prosecutor said there was likely cause for a criminal case.
Sharon also described working with disgraced journalist Matt Lauer, who was fired from NBC News amid allegations of sexual misconduct.
Like Woody, the actress had only positive experiences with the former Today Show presenter.
“There are other people in the company who have not been named by name, who have had particularly horrifying experiences with them, but he is not one of them. There are other people like Matt Lauer, who I’ve worked with too, who have been particularly good with me. And I understand he must have problems, never with me. He was always very, very, very, very nice to me. ‘
‘I understand, you know, all sides of this situation, but I can say that there are people who have had a lot of problems that I have worked with and have not been with me like that, but there are people in this company who, you know , I know, and my friends have had similar experiences with those unmentioned, being nightmarish, ‘
Sharon added, “I may not be in the zone of the people they want to have these experiences with.”
Upcoming: Woody Allen was first charged with sexually assaulting his adopted daughter Dylan Farrow (pictured) 29 years ago, but the allegations have gained renewed interest in light of the new docuseries investigating the claims