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'How many are there?' asks Kimberley Vlaminck, while even a child can see, there are certainly more than three. That's how many the 18-year-old is adamant she asked for. The teenager from Belgium says she fell asleep when the tattoo artist started his work. When she woke up, she had a whole constellation of stars inked on her face – 56 to be precise.
'I closed my eyes and didn't feel any pain. I fell asleep and was woken up from the pain on my nose, when he was busy applying a big star. And so I woke up with 56 stars.'
Not so, says the tattoo artist responsible, Rouslan Toumaniantz.
'Basically, she stand up during the session, she went down on the couch, she stand up, looked at the mirror, went down and uh, not only, uh, can I say it, but I have one witness who saw everything.'
Toumaniantz says the problem started when Kimberley's furious father saw what had happened to his daughter's face.
'And then the father came when we had just done the outlining. And from that moment, it was bad for her. But before that, she was just doing what she wanted to do.'
The 18-year-old is so devastated by the tattoos, she can't even bear to look at her own reflection.
'Before I used to do my make-up myself, in front of the mirror. But now I don't put on make-up at all any more. I just use the mirror now to put on some ointment, that's all. I don't dare to look at myself any more.'
Kimberley is suing the tattoo artist. She wants compensation to undergo laser treatment to remove the not-so-lucky stars.
Eleanor Jeffery, Sky News.
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