New York, April 5 : Tara Reid has revealed that she is frustrated by constant questions about her plastic surgery and party girl antics.
She believes having plastic surgery is not an unusual thing as "almost everyone" has had a cosmetic procedure.
"Can I ask you something? How many women do you know who've had plastic surgery?" Reid asked an Australian journalist while being interviewed for News. com. au about her new movie, ''American Pie: Reunion.''
"Almost everyone has. I don't know why it's such a big deal. Yeah, I had it. End of story," she said.
Reid also stated that she is also sick of being asked about her nip tucks, which included a breast augmentation and botched liposuction on her stomach, according to the New York Post.
"It's annoying. It's as if I'm the only person in the world who's had it. I don't want to be a poster child for it. I've done a lot more stuff in my life than have plastic surgery," Reid continued.
Reid was similarly upset when asked about her reputation as a party girl.
"People form opinions of me that are crazy. It frustrates me, because there's more to me than that. It's like eating a cake with six layers and only touching the top one," she said.
However, Reid said that that she doesn't see anything inherently negative in the labeling.
"I don't know why a party girl is a bad thing," she continued.
"It's about having fun and being happy. Why should we punish that girl? I've never been arrested, I've never been in trouble, I've never done anything bad, so I don't get why that's a bad thing. I like to be happy, and people know that if they're around me, they're going to have fun," she added. (ANI)
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