Love Island's Malin Andersson pulls stitch out of boob 5 years after operation – The Mirror

Love Island star Malin Andersson has shared her scary experience of pulling a stitch from one of her breasts, mistakenly thinking it was a hair, after she had surgery in Turkey five years ago
Reality TV star Malin Andersson was left scared after she pulled a stitch from her boob after an op five years ago, thinking it was a hair.
The season 2 Love Island contestant, 30, said she now has an appointment about the rogue stitch after a boob uplift five years ago, telling fans: "Surely that is not right."
The mum shared a video on her Instagram story, telling fans: "Guys, so I'm a little bit scared right, I went and had a shower and I looked at my right boob and I was like 'omg there's a hair'
"And I pulled it and it was a thicker and a bit wiry and I pulled it and it was f***ing stitching from the breast uplift I had five years ago.
"I kept pulling it and it was coming out longer, so I had to push it back in a bit. Surely that is not right? Stitching from five years ago.'
Captioning the video, Malin wrote: "Help… This is why you shouldn't have surgery in turkey just cos you got trolled over ya boobs."
The TV star then shared an update, telling her fans: "I have an appointment next Wednesday to get it seen I'll update you [laughing and crying emoji] I tried pulling it again that's my impulsive self but then it hurt [angry face emoji]."
Earlier this month Malin was forced to defend herself after cruel body-shamers slammed her recent weight loss.
She was targeted by keyboard warriors after taking to Instagram to show off her brand-new figure in a risqué blue lingerie set.
Malin, who first shot to fame on the ITV2 dating show in 2016, has dropped some weight after she welcomed her daughter Xaya last February.
Following the birth of her daughter, Malin has been hitting it hard at the gym in a bid to become the best version of herself.
Showing off her impressive results on Instagram, the mum was met with much criticism as one keyboard warrior dubbed her weight loss as 'ridiculous'.
Malin hit back at the trolls by encouraging them to promote 'body positivity' and to think twice before they comment on another woman's figure.
"Whilst I’ve had so many messages and encouragement on my fitness and mental well-being journey, I’ve also had fans unfollow me for ‘losing weight’," Malin wrote.
"Let me note losing weight came with me opting for healthier lifestyle choices over a year long. Now I’ve always been an advocate for body positivity and that means embracing every part of you. Whatever size.
"But what I don’t like seeing is people judging me for embarking on my fitness and health."
Malin said she hadn't been posting reels in her lingerie and bikinis because of the judgement, but then had a change of heart.
She said: "Today I woke up and thought I don’t give a flying monkeys anymore because it’s my body and I feel strong and mentally better."
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