Radar Online has obtained photos of Hank Baskett's transsexual paramour, Ava London, before the transition to a more feminine appearance.
Baskett's marriage to former model Kendra Wilkinson is on shaky ground after news of Baskett's cheating with London hit the tabloids.
London, 25, was born Paul in Modesto, Calif., and started undergoing radical cosmetic surgery to transition his body into a more feminine appearance in 2011.
According to Radar Online, London has had dozens of surgical procedures including size DD breast implants, two rhinoplasty surgeries, a chin shave, a feather lift (a type of facelift), and eight sessions of silicon injections.
But that's not all. London also had full facial feminization surgeries (FFS), including shaving down the brow bone and adam's apple, hairline reduction, pulling back the eyes, and three nose jobs.
But it doesn't stop there.
In order to make his hard male features more softer, he also had a full-body laser treatment and multiple Juvaderm injections in his lips.
London explained his rationale behind the surgical procedures. “It was scary because I didn’t want to just get breasts and be a guy with breasts."
London’s ex-boyfriend paid the $50,000 tab for the surgeries, London said.
“When I had all the money I was able to do it all at once,” he said. “I’ve been fortunate.”
“I was with a group of best friends and they were doing it. I was lost and my friend wanted me to move to L.A. in 2011. And we all transitioned together,” London revealed.
“With all the stories you hear with gay bashing or beating up, my transition has been easy and I don’t regret anything,” he said. “If anything, I would have transitioned earlier.”
As for completing the transition by undergoing gender reassignment surgery with a genital reconstruction, London isn't ready to go that far.
Undergoing genital reconstruction surgery would almost certainly mean the cessation of sexual feelings.
“I’ve thought about it,” he said. "I’m very comfortable and confident in who I am. It's not on my to-do list anytime soon. But not to say I'd never do it. I think I'm pretty much done for now. I don't want to go overboard."
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