Model censored on Instagram after posting horrific video of bum surgery

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A model has been censored on Instagram after posting a horrific clip of her bum fillers being removed.

Jessica Cediel showed off the before and after results of several operations to remove biofillers in her buttocks between 2019 and 2022.

The Colombian actress and model is seen flaunting her derriere in a black swimsuit to show off the finished results in a clip taken in December.

The 41-year-old beauty said: “You don’t know how proud I am of these images.

“Some of you won’t understand because you can’t imagine what it cost me to get here.

“And yes, I’m talking about my emotional and physical health and of course my body, especially my buttocks.

“It has been a long process and full of many different lessons.

“Thank you God for giving me a new opportunity because you worked a miracle on my flesh and I am a faithful witness to this.”

However, after posting the video on Instagram for her 10.4 million followers, it was promptly censored with a ‘sensitive content’ filter.

Instagram slapped a sensitive content filter on the clip (Photo: Jam Press)

Instagram censors pointed out that the video does not go against their community standards, but could be “upsetting” to some people.

It didn’t stop the post from going viral with 2.4 million views and thousands of comments.

It is still visible but contains a warning to Instagram users.

One fan said: “The worst thing is that you didn’t need to do it.”

Andres wrote: “Why publish that horrible thing?”

Juan commented: “No need to show that Jessi.

Jessica Cediel comes from the Colombian capital Bogotá (Photo: Jam Press)

“You don’t need to prove anything to anyone. Keep it to yourself, you are beautiful inside and out.”

Juan remarked: “That’s why there is nothing like the natural beauty of a woman.”

Cediel finished second in the Miss Bogotá beauty pageant in 2002, which opened doors for her to work on Colombian TV shows as a presenter.

She also went on to star in numerous Colombian TV shows and films, including last year’s ‘Amar es Madurar’ (‘To Love Is To Grow’).

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