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Mel B Explains Why She Had Vaginal Surgery To Erase Every “Remnant” Of Her Ex-Husband Stephen Belafonte

English TV personality and Spice Girls member Melanie Janine Brown, better known as Mel B has revealed she had vaginal surgery to remove “all remnants” of her ex Stephen Belafonte, and she’s going further to explain why she did it.

The 43-year-old and mother of three who divorced her husband due to multiple cases of abuse had the vaginal rejuvenation procedure after leaving her husband.

Mel made this revelation as she spoke on Jessie Ware’s podcast Table Manners.

Jessie asked Mel about the vagina rejuvenation she had undergone and Mel explained that what she underwent wasn’t a rejuvenation but something similar to a procedure a rape victim will undergo to scrub off everything about her abuser

I didn’t really need a rejuvenation so I didn’t get that done, but the procedure is very similar to what a woman would get done.

What I did was a bit like, and I say this very candily but it’s actually very important, a bit like a rape victim. When you’ve been raped, you wanna scrub any remnants off your body, inside outside, of that person, so you can just erase it.

I went to Dr Matlock and I said, I don’t want to feel like the last person that was inside my vagina was this monster. He examined me, he said ‘legally there’s nothing I can do about that because you don’t need anything done’.

I said could he just go in there and get everything out, but then pack it with fresh tissue.

Mel added, “most women get the procedure done because they want to be smaller but she just wanted to be “new and clean”.

She also talked about the tattoo of Stephen’s name which she had cut out of her skin, explaining it was more “psychological” to cut off her skin to remove the tattoo that to have it lasered off.

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